January 18, 2020

Larus Discusses the Road to the U.S. Democratic Nomination in LSE Commentary

Professor of Political Science and International Affairs Elizabeth Freund Larus

Professor of Political Science and International Affairs Elizabeth Freund Larus

Professor of Political Science and International Affairs Elizabeth Freund Larus offered commentary to the London School of Economics on the U.S. Democratic nomination:

“While impeachment is the talk of the town in Washington D.C., we are only months away from the first presidential primary contests. On the Democratic side, the current field is at a historically large 17 candidates, with two late entrants joining the field in recent weeks. While former Vice President Joe Biden has been the frontrunner for most of the year, the popularity of Senator Elizabeth Warren and Mayor Pete Buttigieg show that there are cracks in his lead, which may continue grow in the lead-up to the Democratic convention.”

Read the complete commentary at

The directions we can expect from the US 2020 Democratic presidential nomination race.

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