Is the race for the Democratic Party’s 2020 Presidential Nominee over before it’s even begun? According to a today published poll by The Hill, such would be the case as former Vice President Joe Biden now has a 32-point lead in the race. His nearest opponent is Bernie Sanders who’s seen favorable by 14% of the possible Democratic voters, making him a very distant second place only.
Former South Bend, Indiana mayor Pete Buttigieg was in third place with 8 percent, followed by Sen. Elizabeth Warren with 7 percent. But if this were to ring true, then everyone after Warren better call it quits at this point.
Of course we all remember the Republican race back in 2015 where Jeb Bush was the clear favorite in a field of 9 at that time in the race and we recall very well how that turned out. I believe Trump was polling around 5% at the time.
Wait, does that mean Kamala Harris will emerge victoriously? Too funny.