Democratic Primary 2020: Who Are You Supporting?

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  • Published on:  Monday, July 1, 2019
  • Who are you supporting in the 2020 Democratic Primaries?

    Did the first democratic presidential debate change your mind about your favorite candidates, introduce you to new candidates or something else?




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  • JYang33
    JYang33  6 months ago

    Don’t have a second candidate behind Sanders.

  • JYang33
    JYang33  6 months ago +1

    Bernie2020

  • Stregone Firefighter

    Sanders/Gabbard is my dream ticket.

  • Sam Bradley
    Sam Bradley  6 months ago +1

    Liz Warren, she's got a plan. 😊

  • Stacey Taken Alive
    Stacey Taken Alive  6 months ago

    Politics is a game. It won’t matter who the next Puppet of the United States is.

  • Stacey Taken Alive
    Stacey Taken Alive  6 months ago

    None have the fortitude to stand for truth and maintain their integrity, because of politics none have a philosophy or brain of their own.

  • Stacey Taken Alive
    Stacey Taken Alive  6 months ago

    All will waffle and flake within two years and go along with the corporatist agenda, or be eliminated.

  • Roy Yao
    Roy Yao  6 months ago +1

    Trump of course.

  • S Mode
    S Mode  6 months ago +1

    -Bernie first. That both parties are trying to stop him, along with corporate owned media, should tell everyone that he is the one who will fight for real change and to give the power back to us. It should also make it clear that two parties is a bs distraction to give you the illusion of choice. Trump is no different in his priorities than Obama, Biden, Clinton etc. All of their priorities are about protecting the elite and their own power.

    -Gabbard for VP but wonder if she would do better in as Sec. of State, Sec. of Defense, Veterans Affairs.

    -Warren....I want to like her but she showed that the needs of the people are less important than her protecting her own career in 2016. Were she a true progressive she would have endorsed Sanders in the primary but instead she went with the DNC chosen corporate dem. Clinton. She fell in line. Her endorsement could have sealed the deal. It's a far cry from the guts Gabbard showed when she stepped down from the DNC. Trump supporters will never jump ship for her. I think even having her run as VP is a risk winning wise but policy wise I would like to see her there.

    -Yang. I like the guy but I don't like that he is knowingly hurting our odds on getting Sanders since voters for Yang would likely vote Sanders if Yang were not present. His UBI is interesting. However, if we do all lose our jobs to AI, $1000/month won't help. Especially not if we are paying up to 10% VAT tax on top of state sales tax. He only mentions free community college, I don't know about others but that still doesn't make college affordable for my kids. I would love to see him step down, endorse Sanders and then be given a cabinet or advisor position. Maybe VP.

    -Biden would never get my vote. I'll go 3rd party first. I'm done rewarding the DNC for rigging the game. First fundraiser was with GOP/Republican donors who are CEOs of big companies and who have created groups actively fighting against M4A. Nuff said.

    -Harris. HELL NO to Hillary 2.0. I'll go third party if she makes it. Her records shows her policy flows with her donors. She fought to keep an innocent man in prison, Daniel Larson. She fought to keep the death penalty. She refused to investigate officer involved shooting deaths. Republican candidates were to the left of her at some points. If she were a true progressive she would have supported and endorsed Sanders in 2016. She's just saying what is currently popular. We need someone who does what is right because it is right.

    The rest are pretty much a no. Though that author lady could be entertaining to watch give speeches for 4 years lol.

  • Conald can Exit Stage Down

    Nearly anybody but Gabbard, is too much of a Trump wannabee, who has people fooled.

  • Rose Ann S
    Rose Ann S  6 months ago

    Anyone on the left is better than Trump.

  • Charles Treibley
    Charles Treibley  6 months ago +2

    Bernie All the Way!

  • Fred Karamanol
    Fred Karamanol  6 months ago +1

    Bernie 2020

  • Leslie Stenta
    Leslie Stenta  6 months ago

    Bernie, Warren,Tulsi, I would not vote for anyone who takes WallStreet money

  • James Brooks
    James Brooks  6 months ago

    Bernie > Warren

  • George Barrett
    George Barrett  6 months ago

    1) Bernie
    2) Tulsi
    3) Warren
    4) Prostate exam
    5) Harris/Booker/Castro
    6) Root canal
    7) Other

  • AndyB
    AndyB  6 months ago +2

    Bernie, Tulsi, third party. In that order.

  • Radtech 51
    Radtech 51  6 months ago +1

    1. Bernie Sanders! If not Elizabeth Warren. 😉

  • Melatainment -
    Melatainment -  6 months ago +2

    Andrew Yang

  • Pop Reality
    Pop Reality  6 months ago

    BERNIE hands down, warren vp, tulsi sec. Of state,