'May the best woman win,' the board writes.On Sunday, the New York Times editorial board (separate from the newsroom) announced the Democrats it was endorsing for the 2020 presidential race. Their pick turned out to be the two leading female candidates in the race: Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar. The fact that the board decided to back not just one candidate but two breaks with tradition, but the people who made the call stated their reasons. They added that the deliberation took"dozens of hours." "There will be those dissatisfied that this page is not throwing its weight behind a single candidate, favoring centrists or progressives," the board said in their endorsement."But it’s a fight the party itself has been itching to have and one that should be played out in the public arena and in the privacy of the voting booth." The board added that the two candidates were the candidates they saw fit to lead the discussions that need to happen on the Democratic stage ahead of the election in November. "Ms. Klobuchar and Ms. Warren right now are the Democrats best equipped to lead that debate. May the best woman win." In May 2019, Klobuchar Read more: ELLE Magazine (US)
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Contrarian ‘New York Times’ Travel Section Breaks With Paper To Endorse Deval Patrick For Democratic NominationNEW YORK—In a dramatic challenge of the editorial board, The New York Times travel section broke with the paper Tuesday to endorse former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick for the Democratic nomination. “Given his impressive track record as a card-carrying Hyatt Loyalty Program member and the only candidate with TSA PreCheck, we are left no choice but to split with the main body of this organization and endorse Deval Patrick,” said travel editor Amy Virshup, explaining that the section’s values have been diverging from the rest of the newspaper for years and that The Time’s co-endorsement of Klobuchar and Warren did not reflect the values of American jet-setters nearly as well as Patrick. “Patrick thoroughly impressed us with his comprehensive plan for the best way to spend 48 hours in Marrakech, and proved he’s ready to lead with his extensive knowledge of everything from using concierge services to where to find the best bar in the Seattle area. Whether you prefer a family vacation or a romantic getaway, for the conscientious traveler, there is no better candidate than Deval Patrick.” At press time, an emergent Deval Patrick had picked up endorsements from every major American newspaper’s travel section. DEVAL FOR ALL Out on the town having the rally of my life with a bunch of supporters. They're all just out of frame, cheering too Obituaries section sticking with Sanders.
The New York Times' utterly confusing 2020 endorsementAt its most basic level, the 2020 Democratic primary process is about which one candidate distinguishes herself (or himself) as the person voters most trust to take on and beat President Donald Trump in November.
The New York Times Editorial Board Unconventionally Endorsed Both Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar'May the best woman win,' the board writes. 🙄 Shitheads endorsing Shitheads! Seems right to me.😊