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Josh Voorhees


Oberlin, OH, United States

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Past articles by Joshua:

Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders May Not Face Off in the First Debates. That’s OK!

There is a real chance the two front-runners may not even face off in the second debate, either. → Read More

AOC Could Endorse Either Elizabeth Warren or Bernie Sanders. Here’s Who Needs It More.

Here’s why Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez hasn’t officially backed Bernie yet. → Read More

A Guide to the Policy Ideas That Have Made Elizabeth Warren 2020’s Biggest Wonk

A close look at the big proposals driving her campaign. → Read More

Beto’s Climate Plan Is Ambitious, Impressive, and Triggered a Messy Fight on the Left. Good!

Why the left needs more climate infighting. → Read More

The View’s Gushing Hosts Saved Biden From Embarrassing Himself in His First Campaign Interview

The hosts hailed their guest as a “beloved political icon,” but he still spent much of the hour fumbling answers on everything from the future to his past. → Read More

Joe Biden Wants to Make America

The former vice president needs voters to believe that the country was totally great before Donald Trump ruined it. → Read More

CNN’s Five-Hour Democratic Town Hall: Surprisingly Enlightening!

Elizabeth Warren is the new Democratic measuring stick—and other takeaways from watching the candidates answer nearly 100 questions. → Read More

Why Elizabeth Warren Wants the House to Start Impeachment Proceedings Against Trump

She stands alone in the 2020 field in calling for impeachment proceedings. → Read More

Is Joe Biden Better in Theory or Practice? The Answer Could Decide the 2020 Race.

Biden will finally, officially kick off his campaign next week. → Read More

Is the Mueller Report Damning Enough to Be the Centerpiece of a 2020 Campaign?

How Bernie, Kamala, and the rest can approach this. → Read More

Trump 2020 Wasted No Time Calling to “Investigate the Investigators”

Also Obama's people did it, investigate them too. → Read More

The Past Few Weeks Have Been a Perfect Preview of Trump’s 2020 Campaign

Trump’s second presidential campaign won’t look exactly the same, but his team is already using the same brushes and paint. → Read More

Elizabeth Warren Is Not Doomed

Her good-enough fundraising total and admiration from pundits will keep her ensconced in the second tier for the foreseeable future. → Read More

Mayor Pete’s Stunning Ascent Has Landed Him Right in the Middle of the Democratic Pack

Buttigieg has come a long way in a short time. But he has much, much further to go to catch up with the front-runners. → Read More

Jay Inslee Is Offering the Clearest Pitch of the Entire 2020 Field

Description: His plans to address climate change come across as boring. Actually, they’re pretty radical. → Read More

Why Stories of Biden’s Creepy Touching Won’t Bother His Supporters

Regardless of whether his behavior should be disqualifying, there’s little reason to believe it will be. → Read More

Mike Lee’s Tauntaun Theatrics in Congress Are an Encouraging Sign for the Climate Debate. Really!

Behind his juvenile mocking of the Green New Deal on the Senate floor was an acknowledgement Democrats should welcome. → Read More

Elizabeth Warren Is Much More Than “Bernie-Light”

The Democratic primary benefits from having both candidates in the race. → Read More

2020 Democrats’ Strategy of Restraint on the Mueller Probe Was Wise

And life’s about to get much easier for them now that Mueller is done. → Read More

Biden Reportedly Might Pick a Running Mate Early. He Should.

Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Cory Booker should too. → Read More