At the age of 77, if the former Democratic presidential candidate, former Vice President Joe Biden, won the 2020 presidential election, he would be the oldest president in 70, passing President Donald Trump, who made this sign. And Biden has not committed
If it will win in November, run for the second term.
Biden has already made history by committing to choose a female working couple. Fortunately for him, there are a number of talented and experienced women with legitimate competitors on the spot. We believe California Year Kamala Harris should be at the top of the Biden list of Val Demings of Florida and former National Security Advisor Susan Rice.
We agree with the 538’s Perry Bacons evaluation
An important consideration was given to both descriptive (how similar a candidate is to a voter) and its symbolic representation (how a candidate exemplifies an idea that resonates with a voter). Such a choice would likely strengthen Biden’s positive perception among the Democratic base, a base driven by racial unrest and protests across the country. Failure to do so may reduce participation among marginal voters, which may be costly in a close competition.
Other factors that drive the vice-presidential election process are: balancing, geography and qualifications. Harris, Demings and Rice can meet all of these criteria.
Balancing often worked as a means of balancing ideology on a ticket – it links the moderate to a more conservative or liberal candidate. Recently, candidates have paid attention to other factors such as age, race, gender and religion. Former President Barack Obama’s Biden election was a way to balance age, race and experience.
Geography values how the election of vice president can increase the chances of winning these countries, which are necessary for a Election College victory. Research, working friends rarely moving state to ticket
is an analysis that all campaigns take into account. Choosing Harris, Demings, or Rice can increase participation in major swing urban areas with a large African-American population, such as Charlotte, Cleveland, Detroit, Miami, Milwaukee, Philadelphia, and so on.
The candidate’s qualifications are important because it is a heartbeat than being president. If he requests a proxy, the voters must make sure that the working friend is ready for the job. Biden’s old age and lack of commitment to a potential second term make his choice truly heir.
Harris, Demings, and Rice are all eligible to be president, and they can take over the job on the first day if necessary – and this is the most important reason for serious consideration. They all have experience at the federal level and each tick the important boxes about a war with a Trump-Pence ticket.
Harris showed that he was particularly impressive at the Senate Judicial Committee endorsements (especially with Chief Prosecutor Bill Barr and Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh). He also competed for the 2020 Democratic Party presidential nomination and successfully worked across the state for both the Attorney General and the US Senator in California, USA. fifth largest economy
in the world and in a population of 40 million.
Although Demings has a relatively short political career, it is very impressive. He played an important role as an imperial ruler in the Trump Senate case and comes from Florida’s major swing situation. Demings rose from ranks to rise Orlando Police Department Chief
Before being elected to the US Assembly. Harris and Demings’ first-hand experience of the criminal justice system will be useful in addressing potential police reforms in a policy area likely to be a major problem area throughout 2020.
Although Rice has never been an elective, she has plenty of top policy expertise after serving in both Bill Clinton and Obama administrations. As a national security adviser and United Nations ambassador throughout the Obama presidency, Rice has brought qualifications to the highest levels of both internal and external relations.
It is very important that Democrats can choose voters for color in November and it is one of the keys to Democratic victory. This is especially 9 out of 10 African-Americans vote for Democrats
In particular, African-American involvement in 2016 fell for the first time in a generation and fell nationally 7 percentage points from 2012 to 2016
According to the Pew Research Center. The decline was particularly evident in a few critical oscillations.
By An analysis by the American Progress Center
African-American participation fell 19 points in Wisconsin, 10 points in Ohio and 9 points in North Carolina. Less apparent decreases are seen in Michigan, Florida and Pennsylvania, while White involvement is actually critical situations
. Trump translated Michigan, Wisconsin, Florida and Pennsylvania
From Obama’s column, he wins each of these states with about 1 percent or less of votes. Less than 80,000 votes (over 13 million votes cast) Michigan
, and Wisconsin
It made a difference between the Trump presidency and the Hillary Clinton presidency. This highlights how important each voting is in these critical swing situations.
Choosing Harris, Demings or Rice makes a challenging statement during this turbulent period and serves to strike a balance for Biden. Pairing a colorful woman with a 77-year-old White man can not only make history, but also encourage levels of involvement among African-Americans like those who witnessed in 2008 and 2012 – something that Democrats probably should have done to achieve victory 2020.