Democratic Party Field
Presidential Candidates | 2024
'What matters is this: Biden is going to run and he's going to win. The exact date he 'officially' announces is utterly meaningless' - Rep.Brendan Boyle (D-PA)
At present, Biden's re-electability appears in question as his job approval polls low and VP Harris' candidate viability is even worse. His approval never recovered from the disastrous August 2021 Afghanistan withdrawal which directly led to the deaths of Thirteen U.S. Marines (Biden publicly checking his watch during the soldier's return home did not help matters). He has been continually dogged by stubborn inflation, an ongoing recession, lack of transparency, high cost-of-living, a further divided electorate (he originally campaigned on unity), and criticisms on certain topics from even fellow Democrats. With advancing age (he will be 82 come election day) and obvious cognitive decline, the 2024 election season is certainly once of intrigue.
Biden officially kicked off his re-election bid in April 2023. Author and spritualist Marianne Williamson announced her candidacy in February of 2023 - the first such announcement on the Democrat side. Robert Kennedy, Jr. announced his intent in April 2023.
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