Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar announced on March 2, 2020 that she's withdrawing from the Democratic presidential race. Her announcement follows withdrawals from Tom Steyer and Pete Buttigieg announced over the weekend.
Klobuchar built her campaign on a moderate message, often invoking her political experience and ability to win races in conservative Midwestern swing states.
Reportedly, Klobuchar will be endorsing former Vice President Joe Biden. She will be appearing at an event with him on Monday evening.
The field of candidates has narrowed in recent days, with five still running: Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Tulsi Gabbard, Elizabeth Warren, and Mike Bloomberg.
Catch up on the Latest Videos on TheStreet!
- Pete Buttigieg Withdraws From Presidential Race
- Stocks to Consider if There Is a Coronavirus Pandemic
- A Legendary Investor Reveals How to Play the Markets Now
- Gold Is Rising on Coronavirus Fears - Why It Can Climb Even Higher
- The Future Lies in Bitcoin Says Shark Tank’s Robert Herjavec
- 5 Stocks (And Some Extras) to Add to Your Portfolio
- TheStreet Explains: What is EBITDA and Why Does it Matter?
- Retirement Daily: Don’t Retire With Debt: It’s Bad for Your Well-Being
- Free Webinar: Webinar - Expert Advice on FX/Metals Trading by CME Group