presidential eleciton

According to the New York Times, Joe Biden's campaign announced a $280 million fall advertising blitz on Wednesday (Aug 5), outlining plans for $220 million in television and $60 million in digital ads across 15 states in the lead-up to the November election.

Kanye West hasn't decided to drop out of the 2020 Presidential Race after all. According to TMZ, Kanye West has indeed continued with his presidential run by officially registering as a candidate. On Thursday (Jul 16), Yeezy completed the first round of paperwork with the Federal Election Commission. Filing out the State of  Candidacy form, Kanye reveals that he met the minimum requirement of raising at least $5000 in campaign-related expenses, which allowed him to officially add his name to the ballot under the federal campaign law.

Ted Cruz, the Republican junior senator from Texas, threw his name into the hat for the 2016 race for the White House. Cruz is the first high-profile member of the GOP party to make such an announcement and has the attention of supporters by way of his various stances.

As promised, Jay-Z and Beyoncé, hosted President Obama for a $40,000 a ticket fundraiser at the 40/40 club in New York City, Tuesday (Sept. 18). Fresh off his trip to the Late Show with David Letterman, Obama gushed over Beyoncé, calling her great role model for his two daughters “because she carries herself with such […]

Nearly 24 hours after Mother Jones’ video footage of Mitt Romney’s  now infamous “47%”  fundraiser speech hit the net, the Obama campaign has released its own video regarding the issue. In a street-survey-style video, the campaigns, “Truth Team,” took to the American people (mainly White females, one Black male) to get their feelings on Romney’s […]