Mike Bloomberg Ends Presidential Bid, Endorses Joe BidenAfter spending more than $500 million on television ads, former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg has dropped out of the presidential race and will be endorsing Joe Biden.
"Bloomberg Is The Spare Tire Of The Party," Warren Norred's Thoughts On Mike BloombergConservative activist Warren Norred gives his thoughts on former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg, and how long he might stay in this race.
Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg Speaks On Super TuesdayFormer New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg speaks to a crowd in West Palm Beach Florida
For Democrats Texas Is A Very Sweet Piece Of The Super Tuesday PieTexas is looming as both a major prize and a daunting proposition for many of the Democrats vying to take on President Donald Trump.
Presidential Candidate Mike Bloomberg Postpones Wednesday Visit To Fort WorthPresidential candidate Mike Bloomberg has postponed his visit to Fort Worth Wednesday.
Presidential Candidate Mike Bloomberg To Return To North Texas Ahead Of Super TuesdayDemocratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg announced Saturday that he will return to Tarrant County this week to campaign ahead of Super Tuesday.
Mike Bloomberg Punched, But Not Knocked Out, Says SMU Political Communication ProfessorDuring Wednesday night’s debate, Bloomberg’s first, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren went after Bloomberg aggressively.
Democratic Presidential Candidate Mike Bloomberg Opens Campaign Office In DallasDemocratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg opened a campaign office out of Dallas Saturday.
Democratic Presidential Candidate Mike Bloomberg Visits DallasDemocratic Presidential candidate and former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg kicked off his national campaign with a bus tour in Texas, including Dallas.
Texas Woman Admits To Sending Ricin Letters To President, OfficialsA Texas woman is expected to plead guilty on Tuesday to sending ricin-laced letters to both President Barack Obama and New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg.
Attorney Says Ricin Suspect May Face 18 YearsThe attorney of a Texas woman who will plead guilty to sending ricin-laced letters said that both sides have agreed to a prison sentence of no longer than 18 years.