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The Hawaii congresswoman made the announcement in a video posted to social media after she was mathematically eliminated from earning the nomination.
We need to stop obsessing on why she’s running for president. It undermines our political process to give her celebrity status.
The presidential candidate from Hawaii even trailed candidates no longer in the race.
Hawaii’s senior senator was the “special guest” at an event to boost the state senator’s campaign to replace U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard.
No one seriously thinks she will be the Democratic nominee for president. So why is she still in the race?
The Hawaii congresswoman’s continued poor showing at the primary ballot box raises questions as to why she’s still running.
The Hawaii congresswoman has given no indication she plans to stop campaigning even as other candidates who have performed better are dropping out.
The Hawaii congresswoman continues to struggle in her bid for the White House, but she hasn’t given any indication she’s ready to drop out.
The Hawaii congresswoman appears to be focusing her campaign on early primary states that have large numbers of voters who don’t identify as Democrats or Republicans.
After finishing near the bottom in New Hampshire, the Hawaii Democrat continues to make a push in other early primary states.
The Hawaii congresswoman invested a lot of resources in New Hampshire with hopes of outperforming the polls and keeping her struggling campaign afloat.