2020 Presidential Election

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Super Tuesday – What to Expect?

Super Tuesday – What is It? Super Tuesday 2020 takes place on Tuesday, March 3rd. Fourteen States, the Territory of American Samoa, plus Democrats living abroad have 1,357 Delegates to select on Super Tuesday. Those 14 States represent 40% of the U. S. population. Among the 14 States are some big Delegate prizes: California with 415 Delegates Texas with 228 Delegates North Carolina with 110 Delegates Virginia with 99 Delegates Massachusetts with 91 Delegates How are Delegates Allocated? Super Tuesday definitely does not follow a winner-take-all approach. In fact, there are three different types of Delegates: Unpledged Delegates – Usually…


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CPAC Takes on Socialism

CPAC Takes on Socialism and Its Devastating Effects on a Nation CPAC, the Conservative Political Action Conference, is going on in Maryland, near Washington, DC the last week in February. It is probably both the largest and most important conference of conservative activists and politicians in the world today. Not surprisingly, CPAC has decided to take on socialism in many of its sessions this year. As I predicted last year and I have mentioned in the media this year, socialism is the #1 issue of the 2020 presidential election. President Trump has signaled that America will never become a socialist…


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Red Alert – Socialism Top Political Issue of 2020

Red Alert – Socialism is the Top Political Issue in 2020 Presidential Election It’s a Red Alert for voters this year. It now looks like Bernie Sanders will be the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee as I predicted in the past. From coast-to-coast, political pundits and voters are discussing socialism.  Indeed, America has a big choice to make in this year’s presidential election as well in Congressional elections. Does America want to keep our Constitutional Republic, keep our equality under the Rule of Law, keep our freedom, keep free markets and capitalism? Or, do Americans want to switch to a political…


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Presidential Election – Iowa, Impeachment, SOTU

What Will Be the Impact on the Presidential Election Caused by This Week’s Big Three Events? There is no question that this week’s top three events – the Iowa Democratic Caucus debacle; the Impeachment Vote in the Senate to acquit President Trump of treason, bribery, high crimes and misdemeanors; and President Trump’s State of the Union Address – will have an impact on the presidential election. All three of these big events this week will work against the ultimate Democratic Party nominee and all three events will further enhance and extend President Trump’s likely easy victory in November. Let’s look…


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Trump vs Sanders – Another Historic Election

It Will be Trump vs Sanders in 2020 Presidential Election It will be Trump vs Sanders in the 2020 Presidential Election. Importantly, it will be an historic and critical follow-through election to the 2016 breakthrough presidential election that ushered in the new Conservative Era. Bernie Sanders appears to be gaining momentum in his race against all the other Democratic presidential contenders. His polling numbers in Iowa are improving and his margin over Elizabeth Warren is expanding. Bernie Sanders seems to be attracting the socialists and socialist-leaning supporters in the Democratic Party. The traditional elements of the Democratic Party that used…


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Will Impeachment Impact the 2020 Elections?

How Might Impeachment Affect the 2020 Presidential, House and Senate Elections? It’s unusual to have the impeachment of a president at any time in American History. It’s even more unusual to take place so close to a presidential election. Here are some of the potential impacts President Trump’s impeachment might have on the 2020 presidential, House and Senate races: Will it impact President Trump’s chances of reelection? Will it impact who the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee will be? Will it impact control of the U. S. House of Representatives and the U. S. Senate? Will it become the #1 presidential…


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2020 Presidential Election Forecast

2020 Presidential Election – Who Will Be Nominated by the Democratic Party? As we move ahead to the 2020 Presidential Election and the Iowa caucuses on Monday, February 3rd, the question comes up: “Who Will Be Nominated by the Democratic Party?” The top contenders currently appear to be (not in any order): Joe BidenBernie SandersPete ButtigiegMichael BloombergElizabeth Warren Two other potential candidates include: Hillary ClintonMichelle Obama Each has some appeal to Democrats and some limitations. While Joe Biden has been the well-known leader in the field, he is slowly slipping in support. Bernie Sanders seems to have a lot of…


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Bernie, Biden, Buttigieg – Who’s Really Ahead?

Bernie, Biden, Buttigieg – Leading the Democratic Field for Now? It looks like Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, and Pete Buttigieg are leading the Democratic presidential nomination field for the moment – at least in the view of many pollsters, pundits, and politicians on the Left. But, where is the race today? And, more importantly, where is the race heading into the 2020 primaries and caucuses? Bernie Sanders – Momentum from 2016 and Probably Leads at the Moment Bernie Sanders has quite a few advantages going into 2020. He almost beat Hillary Clinton in the presidential nomination race in 2016. Clinton…


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2020 Presidential Election Update

Democratic Presidential Election Candidates – Who’s Ahead? In the presidential election Democratic Party nomination race, we now have 13 candidates running, with another ten more that might enter the race in the near future. In addition, there are another dozen or so potential candidates that seem less likely to run, but probably would like to run if they thought they could pull it off. Who’s ahead among the 13 Democratic candidates currently announced and others that might enter the race? Bernie Sanders – Democratic socialist; Raised about $10 Million in his first week of fundraising; Issues: Medicare-for-All, $15 Minimum Wage,…