Which news outlets are omitting long-shot Democratic hopefuls from their 2020 candidate profiles?
A Wall Street Journal column about Ellison’s attendance with the Nation of Islam leader at a 2013 dinner hosted by the President of Iran is not exactly making the rounds in the Gopher State.
While the total number of delegates assigned to Clinton and Sanders are similar, five major outlets do not agree on the delegate counts across 18 states.
Major media outlets cannot agree on any of the delegate counts for the top three GOP candidates, nor the allotment from 11 states that have voted thus far.
CNN moderators spoke at less than half the rate of their FOX counterparts in Wednesday evening’s prime time debate.
Trump has been mentioned on the game show three-dozen times more than the next closest GOP rival and more than 13 GOP candidates combined.
Trump and Bush received more than their equal share of speaking time while the rest of the field was shortchanged.
Mitt Romney received nearly five extra minutes above his proportional share of face time across the 2012 debates while no other candidate ended up on the plus side of the moderator’s stopwatch.
Control of the upper legislative chamber has flipped in just one out of five cycles since 1914.
The HLN host is fed up with the ‘tyranny’ of governmental overreach while Carolla goes on the record that he is a libertarian.