Here’s the Background Story:
Democrats are redoubling their efforts to win the 2020 election. Hillary is looking to win round two and Bernie Sanders is running alongside her. We expected those two and a few others to run in a concerted effort to dethrone Trump, but they aren’t even close to the only Left leaders seeking the spot.
The full list of DNC primaries is staggeringly long. Their enthusiasm is commendable but they might be stumbling over each other to reach the finish line. Can so many candidates running at once truly take down the winner of 2016?
Here Are the Contributing Factors:
Some of them are well-known and come from traditional backgrounds. Pete Buttigieg and Julian Castro both have experience as mayors. Current, and previous, DMC senators include Cory Booker, Kirsten Gillibrand, and Elizabeth Warren. These types of candidates are expected to run; they already have experience sitting in office and representing their constituents.
The unorthodox primaries range from business owners to peace activists. Ex-CEO of Starbucks, Howard Schultz, took notes from Trump’s success as a businessman and is deciding to try his hand at the election. Ken Nwadike Jr. believes his background in filmmaking and motivational speaking is enough qualification to sit in the POTUS office. Andrew Yang, an entrepreneur in New York, is also taking a chance.
We’ve already mentioned 10 presidential primaries and that’s not even half of the list! There are plenty more that have expressed interested in running. Do the Democrats have a plan, or are they hoping to win through sheer numbers?
This Is What Other People Think:
Poll: Can Democrats Win in 2020 with so Many Candidates?
7% Voted Yes
93% Voted No
What Do You Think?
The DNC has their work cut out to take on Trump. Maybe they have a game plan that hinges on running 20 or more candidates for election in 2020. Can do they win with so many candidates on the table? Let us know! We’re eager to hear your thoughts on the next election.