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The Complexity of Changing Joe Biden as the Democratic Candidate for the 2020 General Election

ByEditor

Feb 13, 2024
Democrats in the USA look for alternative to Biden as Plan B

The possibility of changing Joe Biden as the Democratic candidate for the upcoming general election is a difficult task. Unless he voluntarily steps down or becomes physically unable to run for president, it is unlikely that he will be replaced. In fact, at this time, it is challenging to envision a viable candidate other than Biden.

If Biden were to step down from the race, Democrats would face significant challenges in choosing a new candidate. While waiting for the results of the primaries, Biden has built up considerable support for his campaign. A late entry candidate would not be feasible at this stage.

Convincing Biden to retire from the race won’t be easy. He must leave on his own terms and with dignity. His announcement must wait until after the primaries, which end on June 4th. If he decides to retire, a new battle for his replacement will begin among potential successors.

The vice president, Kamala Harris, could be a potential candidate but may face resistance due to questions about her ability to inspire confidence. Other governors such as Gavin Newsom and JB Pritzker are in positions to leverage the situation to their advantage.

If Biden were to leave the race at a late date, Democrats would face serious logistical challenges. They would have to choose a new nominee at a time when early voting has already begun in some states.

Both parties are facing similar challenges as Donald Trump, who is also approaching election age limitations and has faced legal issues that could affect his eligibility to run for president. Ultimately, due to weakened national parties, there are few candidates of stature who can easily replace either Biden or Trump.

In conclusion, changing Joe Biden as the Democratic candidate for the upcoming general election will be challenging due to logistical constraints and political dynamics within the party itself. While there may be potential candidates who could succeed him in theory, it is unclear how feasible they would be in practice given these constraints and challenges both parties are facing with their respective candidates’ candidacies

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