It has been a rough month to hold an American, but who do you think will win the 2020 US presidential election? Who do you think is best suited for the work of sitting atop the world’s biggest and most powerful country?
The Democratic Party will have their nominee in the coming presidential campaign, yet again. This time it is Hillary Clinton, who was the first candidate for a leader in 2020, yet lost to the candidate of the opposition party. It could be her run-away win in the 2020 Democratic primaries that set the frame for her defeat.
Hillary Clinton is well known for her background in politics and her long tenure in the US Congress. But there are still many who question her ability to run the nation and deal with the press. She has faced accusations of being too cozy with Wall Street and her husband was impeached for lying about his affair with a White House intern. This has all raised doubts about her ability to lead America.
On the other hand, Donald Trump is a legislative newcomer, yet he has already proven to be a winner in business and has a large following of supporters. He is also the one most likely to be able to handle the press and take tough problems from the media. But who can say that this man is fit to hold the office of president?
There have been reports that suggest that the Democrats are looking at some of the more liberal members of the party such as Elizabeth Warren or Sherrod Brown to run against him. But some wonder if they are really up to the task of taking on the man who has been dubbed “The Donald” by the media and the party establishment. The reality is that some on the left are simply afraid to take on this powerful force that has been so dominant for decades.
With a contested convention in Philadelphia in a few months, it could make for a very interesting race between the two parties, especially as they attempt to build a united front ahead of the general election. The Democrats are expected to be more aggressive in seeking a more progressive platform while the Republicans will try to attract more independent voters by going after the president from the center.
On the other hand, Senator Bernie Sanders is another option for the Democrats. He has already started to gather support because of his non-interventionist stance on imported policy and economic issues and his focus on income equality. He may even be able to breakthrough in the next year’s primary as he continues to gain traction in the polls.
If Clinton loses the primary in the coming weeks, then a contested convention in Hawaii could be exactly what the Democrats need to win the general election. If they fail, then maybe the party will have no choice but to turn to Senator Sanders, who has a solid following and is considered one of their best bets for 2020.
The Democratic Party establishment is hoping that no matter who wins the primary, no one will get into the general election. That is why they are putting together a long-shot candidate in a bid to stop that possibility. So the Democrats could sustain an expensive primary and general choice that may not play out the plan they would like.
But if the Democrats choose to nominate someone with an established name, even a non-incumbent candidate could be able to earn enough votes to avoid a contested convention in November. This would help them to move on to the general election without being under threat from the Republicans.
However, if no candidate wins a majority of the suffrage in the June primary, then the Democrats will turn to the state of Hawaii to pick a nominee. Whoever wins the primary will likely face the same challenges as they do in any general election. So there is a great deal of excitement around Hawaii for a possible change. And this may be the opportunity for Senator Sanders to prove himself in his bid to become a national conductor who jail changes the way the country thinks about the election.
If someone wins the Democratic primary in Hawaii, he or she will have an important role to play in the prospect of American politics. If no candidate wins the primary, then either person may seek the nomination for president in November of 2020. That’s when Hawaii will determine whether or not that party stays in the political game or decides to shut its doors.