New York Times: “Today’s primaries tend to produce one nominee but many winners. Beyond the long-shot candidates effectively auditioning for cabinet positions or building a profile (and donor base) for future races, there are prospective books to sell and television contracts to sign, boards to join and paid speeches to paid-speak. Any setback is temporary, any embarrassment surmountable.”Save to Favorites
You are here: / / Why So Many Run for President
- State Outreach Assistant- Midwest at ActBlue (Somerville, Massachusetts, USA)
- Director of Business Development at Daily Kos (Oakland, CA, USA)
- Midwest Campaign Manager at Natural Resources Defense Council (Chicago, IL, USA)
- Massachusetts Field Staff at CADC, LLC (Boston, MA, USA)
- Oceans Campaigner at Center for Biological Diversity (Oakland, CA, USA)
- Climate Law Senior Campaigner at Center for Biological Diversity (Washington D.C., DC, USA)
- Climate Law Campaign Director at Center for Biological Diversity (Oakland, CA, USA)
- National Campaign Director at Center for Biological Diversity (Oakland, CA, USA)
Click here for an interactive version.
Most Popular Recent Posts
- The 10th Democratic Debate
- Kudlow Claims Coronavirus Now 'Contained'
- Trump's Doctor Hid Veggies In His Mashed Potatoes
- Bloomberg Campaign Tries to Expose Bernie's 'Loony Side'
- CDC Warns Americans to Brace for Likely Outbreak
- Quote of the Day
- Bloomberg Poll Shows Sanders Would Sink Dems
- McConnell Not Willing to Dismiss Bernie Sanders
- McConnell to Force Votes on Abortion
- Senate Democrats Aren't Freaking Out