Karen Weaver, the Democratic Mayor of Flint, Michigan recently joined the league of people that have endorsed the candidacy of former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton. The mayor of Flint, on Tuesday in Washington, took time out to endorse her pick for the next American president. “I want Hillary,” “She has actually been the only, the only candidate, whether we’re talking Democratic or Republican, to reach out and talk with us about, ‘What can I do? What kind of help do you need?”
Democrats hammer Republican Snyder, calls for his resignation
At a Martin Luther King Day event in Columbia, S.C. on Monday, Clinton called the water crisis “a civil rights issue,” due to the fact that most of the affected population is African American. The Flint water crisis where thousands of residents have been exposed to toxic amounts of lead, was declared a state of emergency by President Obama two days ago. Similarly, at Saturday’s Democratic presidential primary debate, both Clinton and Bernie Sanders called for the resignation of Michigan’s Republican governor, Rick Snyder.
Sanders and Hillary closing-in on towards Iowa and N.H
Opinions are diverse regarding who won the last Democratic debate between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. The New Hampshire and Iowa caucuses will have a very important effect on the campaign of the former secretary of state. Three weeks before the New Hampshire presidential primary, Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont has broken into a lead. In a poll of likely Democratic voters, Sanders has rose to a 27-point lead over the former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton. According to the poll, Sanders’s lead over Clinton in New Hampshire has increased by 17 points, 60% to 33%, since the same poll found the Vermont senator Sanders holding steady at 50% to Clinton’s 40% in early December. Both candidates are posing as favorites for the democratic ticket.