Senator of California Kamala Harris announced Tuesday that she is pulling out of the 2020 Democratic Presidential race after slumping in the polls in recent months. Harris's campaign enjoyed a strong start, but her inability to communicate a clear strategy to voters proved to be a major set back. Pressure from major donors was another issue, with Harris fearing that she could loose vital financial support if she failed to make gains in the polls.
What's the big picture? Harris falling out may be a gain for Mayor Pete Buttigieg, who was directly ahead of her in the polls.