The hashtags #Goyaway and #BoycottGoya began trending on Twitter, with calls to boycott the brand from Democrats and Latino leaders.
Biden said in August that he would prefer to choose a woman or a person of color as his running mate.
As 2020 begins, the Democratic presidential field continues to narrow.
It is remarkable to me that Julián Castro, a Latino man who was mayor of a major American city, was of so little interest to Democrats.
Maybe the Democratic electorate is shedding its habit of swooning for the newest fresh face with the right slogans and optimistic rhetoric.
“It’s with profound gratitude to all of our supporters that I suspend my campaign for president today,” Castro wrote on Twitter.
He's fading into the background.
Decriminalizing unauthorized entry as most Democratic presidential candidates propose won’t end the separations; it will only worsen the border crisis.
Former HUD Secretary Julian Castro said in last night’s Democratic debate that ‘trans females’ need access to federally funded abortion.
All eyes may be upon Kirsten Gillibrand, but she’s at four-tenths of one percent in the RCP average.