When it comes to world politics, U.S political drama always finds its way in. With the 2020 U.S presidential elections coming up, all eyes are on the be all and who all of it. The army of democratic candidates that will stand tall against current U.S president Donald Trump is one of the most diversified and interesting ones so far. The list of Democratic candidates for 2020 includes aspirants with diverse ages, dynamic number of women, many African Americans and even candidates from Indian origin. All these candidates are Senate members, congressmen, mayors, and even businessmen and entrepreneurs.
These candidates come with varied ideologies and definitions that will shape the U.S political map in a way no one can begin to imagine. Running for Donald Trump can be a daunting task. But the candidates very well know and will make use of Trump’s hated image and disliked appeal. But, as per the records, there is a fair chance of Donald Trump getting another chance at the presidency as mostly every candidate till date has served more than one term.
There is no defined candidature as of yet to replace Trump but few names that look promising are Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker, Kirsten Gillibrand, Amy Klobuchar, Kamala Harris, Beto O’Rourke, Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden. Donald Trump has already raised USD 100 million for reelection to the second term and to beat his determination the candidates really need to be liked, experienced and promising.
Here is the complete list of candidates that are surely participating, could be participating and maybe just give a try:
Elizabeth Warren: She is a 69-year-old Massachusetts senator. She is well known for her criticizing attitude and harsh verdict against big corporations and Wall Street. Her campaign message for 2020 is to build a stable economy and fight against income inequality.
Cory Booker: Cory is a 49-year-old senator from New Jersey. He has been a social frontrunner reaching out to help people whenever needed. And focusing on issues like criminal justice reform and immigration. With a lot of criticism in the past, it will be interesting to know the Democratic Party’s take on his candidature.
Kirsten Gillibrand: A former corporate lawyer and a fierce woman fighting against sexual assaults in the military and colleges. Gillibrand can make a promising entry in the oval office. She is 52 and a senator from New York who has stirred quite some waves in the past with her colleague Al Franken resignation due to groping allegations.
Amy Klobuchar: She is a senator from Minnesota. She became quite popular during the 2018 elections with immense support from the rural. She has a much-liked personality which comes with credible that the people need. And this also makes her an undeniable candidate for the forthcoming elections.
Kamala Harris: Harris has been one of the most outspoken and fierce senators. She has been long criticizing Trump’s administration. She represents a liberal community and her interesting Indian Jamaican background which can work for her benefit.
Beto O’Rourke: In spite of his not so popular senatorship. This ex-rocker turned congressman has won the heart of people with his optimistic and charismatic nature. People do not want to deny his resemblance to Barack Obama and are counting on his candidature.
Bernie Sanders: He considers as one of the most eligible candidates for the presidency of 2020. Due to his long career and economic policies work that he has done so far. He is considered the godfather of the progressive movement which can make him gain success in the 2020 elections.
Apart from the above listed popular candidates for the 2020 U.S presidential elections. Other promising names are John Delaney, Andrew Yang, Julián Castro, Tulsi Gabbard, Marianne Williamson, Pete Buttigieg, Cory Booker, Jay Inslee, Wayne Messam and John Hickenlooper.