Though it has made it clear that she will choose a woman months ago, it seems that there is now a major wave of support for her to choose a black woman – not only did she understand the imports they received when nominating the black community (there were no black women on both national tickets) but at the same time He sent a very clear message that he believed they needed a big voice in the White House.
With that in mind, I made major changes to this week’s presidential rankings. The most likely choices are now all African-American women. And I am going to rank as the second most likely woman to choose from. .
Given Biden’s mood within the Democratic Party, it’s hard to see what risk Biden took in choosing Klobuchar. (Previous rank: 2)
“Voting is a boring but vital first step in a long and complicated process,” the former Georgian State Assembly minority leader said. Smart words – and words that suggest that it is ready to cause a critical import problem to all minority communities. (Previous rank: 9)
5. Michelle Lujan Grisham: What disappeared as a result of the news raid last week is the fact that Nevada Sen removed Catherine Cortez Masto from the VP assessment. This move leaves Lujan Grisham, governor of New Mexico, as the top-ranking Latina in the VP mix.
4. Elizabeth Warren: As I said above, I think very Probably Biden chooses the wife who runs a black woman. If not, the Massachusetts senator probably has the best chance, because he is loved by the liberals and his election is seen as an attempt to unite the Democratic Party. (Previous rank: 3)
1. Kamala Harris: The position of the California senator has not changed for those who changed this week. If anything, the choice seems even more likely, since Harris is a 55-year-old younger generation than Biden, as he also has a rich experience as we know the values of Biden – the California attorney general and senator. (Previous rank: 1)
CNN’s Allison Gordon contributed to this report.