2020 presidential election

Wall Street is scared of Elizabeth Warren

Illustration of  Sen. Elizabeth Warren scaring big tech and big farms
Illustration: Sarah Grillo/Axios

Wall Street's fear of Elizabeth Warren puts its many never-Trumpers in an electoral pickle.

The big picture: Warren regularly aims her ire at professional financiers, whereas progressive rival Bernie Sanders is typically more generic in his "millionaires and billionaires" rhetoric.

Cory Booker on the issues, in under 500 words

Cory Booker at his 2020 campaign announcement in Newark, N.J.
Photo: Dominick Reuter/AFP/Getty Images

Democrat Cory Booker is a New Jersey senator known for his optimistic views. The former mayor of Newark lived in one of the city's most distressed buildings until 2006 in a show of defiance against the landlord and the city.