As I noted earlier in the week, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Martin O’Malley, Jim Webb, and Lincoln Chafee have all met the criteria to make the Democratic debate (an average of 1% in three polls, recognized by CNN, released between Aug. 1 and Oct. 10). Joe Biden will be allowed into the debate if he [...]Show More Summary
During the last two election cycles, U.S. Representative Ron Paul (R-TX) attracted support from liberals, libertarians, and independents who were drawn to his non-interventionist anti-war message. Paul advocated a truncation of the military budget and called for U.S. Show More Summary
TBS’s Conan commissioned a song on behalf of Rhode Island’s leading candidate for President, Democrat Lincoln Chafee. FNC’s Special Report with Bret Baier made a clip of that parody song, “Let’s Get Lincoln Chafee to One Percent!” its end of show kicker this past Monday night where fill-in host Shannon Bream facetiously pleaded: “One percent. Show More Summary
NYT: Lincoln Chafee, the former Rhode Island governor, has failed to garner a single supporter in the last four national polls, which have queried a total of 1,475 Democrats and Democratic-leaning voters. The latest poll came after Mr. Chafee got … Continue reading ?
Lincoln Chafee has failed to garner a single supporter in the last four national polls, which have queried a total of 1,475 Democrats and Democratic-leaning voters.
Remember Lincoln Chafee, the former Republican senator-turned-independent governor-turned-Democratic candidate for president? On Friday, he came...
Final nail in campaign coffin driven
During a speech before the DNC, presidential candidate Lincoln Chafee bragged to the audience that he once sat down for dinner with Cuban dictator Fidel Castro.
In a crowded presidential hopeful field occupied by titans like Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders and "Deez Nuts," Rhode Island governor Lincoln Chafee is all but an afterthought as the Republican-turned-Democratic candidate hovers just above 0 percent of the vote. However, reinforcements are on the way as Conan O'Brien, Aimee Mann and Ted...
Coco attempts to save Lincoln Chafee from total and utter obscurity.
Everyone loves a good underdog success story — but even if that's not in the cards, it feels good to make someone's dreams less hopeless Lincoln D. Chafee, ex-Republican and former senator and governor of Rhode Island, is currently at...Show More Summary
Aimee Mann and Ted Leo made an appearance on Conan to present the world with a song that they wrote in support of the former Rhode Island governor Lincoln Chafee, who is running for president and is currently polling at 0 percent. At Conan O’Brien’s behest, Leo and Mann wrote a campaign song to the […]
If you haven't heard of Democratic presidential candidate Lincoln Chafee, you're not alone: the former Rhode Island governor is currently polling at 0%. To help him out, Conan O'Brien enlisted Ted Leo and Aimee Mann to write a song in support of Chafee, with the intention of getting him to 1% in the polls. Show More Summary
Rachel Maddow shows the contrast in the political careers of Lincoln Chafee and Martin O'Malley on their way to running for the Democratic nomination for...
Democratic presidential candidate Lincoln Chafee tells Iowa voters at the State Fair on Saturday that the main justification for the Iraq War was "all a hoax." The former senator and governor from Rhode Island says he discovered forShow More Summary
"Let's be bold -- let's join the rest of the world and go metric," said Democratic presidential candidate Lincoln Chafee when he announced his bid for the Oval Office. Read the rest
Republican presidential candidate Lincoln Chafee on Tuesday said Democratic rival Hillary Clinton has “self-inflicted wounds,” citing the controversy over her email use as secretary of state and questions that have arisen over donors to her family’s foundation.
For someone running for the Democratic nomination for President, Lincoln Chafee has a lot of nice things to say about Republicans. That may be because he used to be one: Chafee was a Republican Senator from Rhode Island from 1999 to 2007, then an Independent for the beginning of his tenure as Governor of the…
Lincoln Chafee is not giving up on his dream of becoming president, holding out hope that his understated manner still has time to gain traction with voters.
Let’s hope so. That would certainly make things much more interesting. First, President Obama would have to agonize over whom to endorse. Should...