There are about 12 democratic debates that occur.
The conclusive outcomes in New Hampshire are not in, yet two applicants have seen enough: Tech business visionary Andrew Yang and Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet have dropped out of the 2020 race, reports Politico and the Denver Post.
Democratic candidates are nominated by pledged delegates which are selected through various individual state primary elections and caucuses. Superdelegates can influence the nomination.
Yang was made it for a 6th spot finish, best case scenario. "I am a numbers fellow," Yang told the Washington Post before breaking the news to his supporters. "In the vast majority of these states, I'm not going to be at a limit where I get delegates, which makes staying not really supportive or profitable as far as promoting the objectives of this crusade." There is no word yet on whether Yang will embrace another applicant. His primary crusade topic was a vow to give each American a month to month stipend of $1,000.