An MSNBC piece published Wednesday raised questions about the commitment of former Virginia U.S. Sen. Jim Webb to the 2016 Democratic Party presidential race.
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After his absence from two major Democratic events led some to question his commitment to running for president, former Sen. Jim Webb will attend a key upcoming event in Iowa after all.
Jim Webb, a Democratic presidential candidate and former secretary of the Navy under Ronald Reagan, urged President Obama on Tuesday to issue stern warnings to the visiting Chinese President on Beijing’s militarization of the South China Sea and cyber attacks against U.S. businesses and federal agencies.
Re: “Webb deserves a serious look,” Aug. 31 letter: Jim Webb does deserve consideration for president. He is vastly more qualified than Hillary Clinton (or Barack Obama when he first ran). However, being an...
Democratic presidential candidate Jim Webb has not excelled in his party’s polls as we get closer to the first presidential primary elections, but by his own admission, Webb isn’t too keen on the direction of the party itself.
Former Virginia U.S. Sen. Jim Webb is trailing well behind in the polls in his bid for the Democratic Party presidential nomination. He’s also trailing in the money race, and as much as he hates the money part of politics, well, that’s the way the game is played.
Jim Webb, the former Senator from Virginia, may well be the Democratic 2016 candidate of choice for cannabis and drug war reformers.
The Democratic Party’s embrace of Hillary Clinton has other presidential contenders feeling like they’re left out in the cold.
In a fundraising pitch as offbeat as his campaign, former Virginia senator Jim Webb is telling supporters he needs funds to fuel an “insurgent” presidential bid.
Meet Jim Webb: Everything You Need to Know (And Probably Didn’t Know) About The 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate
What he used to do: A celebrated Vietnam War veteran, he was the Democratic U.S. Senator from Virginia from 2007 until 2013. He served as counsel to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Veterans Affairs from 1977 to 1981. He also served in the Reagan administration as Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs and Secretary of the Navy. Additionally, he is a published author who has written nine books. In 1983 he won an Emmy award for a report he produced during the Lebanon Civil War on PBS “NewsHour.”