How rising star Elizabeth Warren turned the Democrat 2020 nomination into a three-horse race

When the Democratic Party’s presidential hopefuls line up on the stage in Houston, Texas, today for a third round of debates, not much will be different in the fundamental race dynamics to the start of the year. 

Joe Biden, the former US vice president, remains the clear front-runner, enjoying a double-digit poll lead for a campaign based around electability and the need to defeat Donald Trump. 

Bernie Sanders, the 78-year-old democratic socialist, continues to enjoy a strong showing, building on a young left-wing support base first gathered from his tilt against Hillary Clinton in 2016. 

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The field is still large, close to 20 despite a few summer-time dropouts. The economy is still booming, boosting…

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