The 3 Reasons the Democrat Race Remains Undecided

canadafreepress.com | 1/22/2020 | Epoch Times
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The Democratic nomination race started within days after the 2018 Midterms. Since then, a year has passed, two dozen have declared their candidacy, and there have been seven debates—and yet there is no clarity as to who will be the nominee. The reasons why are simple and don’t bode well for the Democrats going forward. There are three reasons the Democrat race remains undecided.

Reason #3. It is so easy to run for President.

Internet/mass - Media - Age - President - Result

In the internet/mass media age, running for president has become rather easy. As a result, a crowded field has become the norm for the out party in presidential years.

In the old days, the year 2000 let’s say, running for president took political name ID, connections, and lots of money. The number of viable candidates, therefore, were generally quite few. When Bush 43 had raised the now quaint number of $100 million by January of 2000, he had nearly cornered the Republican primary market.

Contrast - Republicans - Candidates

In 2016, by contrast, the Republicans had more than 15 candidates...
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