Tulsi Gabbard has announced that she intends on suspending her campaign to become the 46th President of the United States. The announcement comes after a string of unfortunate results on Super Tuesday. Gabbard was unable to stake a significant claim in an overwhelming majority of the primary elections and caucuses this year. Her best finish came in the American Samoa caucus on Super Tuesday, where she picked up a delegate.
“I feel that the best way I can be of service at this time is to continue to work for the health and well-being of the people of Hawaii and our country in Congress, and to stand ready to serve in uniform should the Hawaii National Guard be activated,” she wrote in an email to supporters.
While dropping out, she offered her support for former Vice President Joe Biden. Moving forward, it is unclear if she will look to become a running mate for either of the two front runners, Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders. It is also unclear what her next move will be after her term in Congress is finished. There is much more to come in the story of Tulsi Gabbard.