After weeks of teetering on the edge of qualifying for the December Democratic debate, Andrew Yang became the seventh Democrat to make the stage.
Yang, an entrepreneur who has centered his candidacy on a $1,000 per month universal basic income proposal, got 4% support in a Quinnipiac University national poll released Tuesday, his fourth Democratic National Committee-approved qualifying poll.
“It’s official! We’re headed to the December Debate! Couldn’t have done it without all the amazing support from the #yanggang,” Yang said in a tweet Tuesday.
DNC debate rules require candidates to secure