Amy Klobuchar And Pete Buttigieg Are Now Endorsing Biden

Democratic Presidential Candidates Debate In Las Vegas Ahead Of Nevada Caucuses

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Another 2020 hopeful is calling it quits just before Super Tuesday. Amy Klobuchar will reportedly suspend her campaign and endorse Joe Biden.

According to a campaign spokesperson, the Minnesota senator informed her staff on Monday and will endorse Biden at a rally in Dallas.

The 59-year-old Klobuchar peaked with a third-place finish in New Hampshire, but struggled in Nevada and South Carolina. She's the third candidate to end her campaign since Saturday, following Pete Buttigieg and Tom Steyer.

According to reports, Pete Buttigieg will endorse Joe Biden ahead of Super Tuesday's 14-state primary.

The former South Bend, IN mayor suspended his campaign on Sunday after a disappointing showing in South Carolina on Saturday.  

Buttigieg's endorsement, along with Amy Klobuchar's, could help consolidate voters behind Biden in an attempt to stop frontrunner Bernie Sanders.

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