Ed O'Keefe

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CBS political correspondent covering the 2020 campaign.

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In LA on the evening of Super Tuesday, former Vice President Joe Biden rattled off states he won: “We were told, well, when we got to Super Tuesday, it’d be over!

After Super Tuesday, it’s a 2-man race for 2020 Democratic presidential nomination

In LA on the evening of Super Tuesday, former Vice President Joe Biden rattled off states he won: “We were told, well, when we got to Super Tuesday, it’d be over!

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The Democratic National Committee president has called for a “recanvassing” in Iowa after this week’s caucus chaos.

Democratic candidates are anxious and uncertain ahead of New Hampshire primary

The Democratic National Committee president has called for a “recanvassing” in Iowa after this week’s caucus chaos.

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In the aftermath of last night’s White House dinner, Democratic Minority Leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi said the President agreed to protect young, undocumented immigrants from…

DACA bill stuck in deal or no deal dilemma with Trump, Dems

In the aftermath of last night’s White House dinner, Democratic Minority Leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi said the President agreed to protect young, undocumented immigrants from…

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