Here are the presidential primary updates you need to know:
Georgia: Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced on Saturday that Georgia was postponing its presidential primary from March 24 to May 19.
Louisana: Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin announced on Friday that Louisiana was rescheduling its presidential primary from April 4 to June 20. Louisiana was the first state to delay its presidential primary in response to the coronavirus.
“Our priority is to protect the health and safety of all Georgians and to ensure that as many Georgians as possible have an opportunity to vote. Continued in-person voting could compromise both goals.”
Joe Biden and Bernie Sandersdebated Sunday night in Washington, D.C. They discussed the coronavirus pandemic, healthcare, the economy, climate change, and foreign policy. Both candidates spoke for approximately 46 minutes.
For highlights from the debate for each candidate, click here.
The National Education Association, the largest labor union in the United States, endorsedJoe Biden on Saturday. Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker endorsed Biden on Monday.
Biden said he raised $33 million in the first half of March.
During a digital town hall on Friday, Biden said he endorsed Elizabeth Warren’s bankruptcy plan with student loan relief.
Tulsi Gabbardtweeted on Sunday that “the political elite/corporate media are trying to erase [her] candidacy.”