Denver and Kansas City, Mo., have been eliminated, the RNC said.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is making his pitch to host the convention in 2016.
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) said Tuesday that Hillary Clinton has been under intense scrutiny because she is considered the “dominant candidate” for president in 2016.
“There’s good news and there’s bad news,” McCaskill said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” “The good news is she is the dominant candidate everyone will coalesce around around her candidacy. The bad news is that makes her the piñata that everyone loves to hit.”
McCaskill, who wants Clinton to run, said the former secretary of State doesn’t need to be defensive about her and her husband’s multi-million-dollar fortune.
Christie has defended the Pulaski Skyway project in the past.
Mississippi voters will head to the polls (again) tomorrow, with Sen. Thad Cochran’s (R-Miss.) fate once again on the line and the wind at Mississippi state Sen. Chris McDaniel’s (R) back.
"[T]his country is ready for anyone who can do that job," the first lady said Monday.
Pop singer Katy Perry has offered to write a campaign theme song for Hillary Clinton.
The poll also found Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) has been closing in on Clinton’s lead.
Ed Klein writes that Clinton is withholding severe health problems, according to excerpts.