Democratic Rebuilding Process

The Democrats took a loss in 2016 when Hilary Clinton got beat out by Donald Trump (and possibly the Russians) in the presidential election. Now that the White House is occupied by Republicans, it comes time for the Democratic party to rebuild and start fresh with some fresh faces with bright ideas.

The problem with having a rebuilding year for the Democrats is the lack of household names. Hilary might not run again in 2020, so there will be some faces that will represent the party that have not been around the media for a long time, but hope to make a difference.

POLITICO reported that Morning Consult Co-founder and Chief Research Officer Kyle Dropp said,

“All bets are off when it comes to the composition of the 2020 Democratic primary. This early polling indicates that many of the names being floated in Washington still have a lot of work to do in terms of building national profiles.”

Dropp continued to speak on how little awareness the public has about the current Democratic candidates for the upcoming 2020 election.

“More than half of respondents say they’ve never heard of many of these potential candidates,” he said. “And, since some respondents may hesitate to admit they don’t know the prospective candidates, overall awareness of the Democratic field may be even lower.”

Former Vice President Joe Biden said this week on an interview with a public-radio station in Philadelphia,

“I am an enormous respecter of fate. I don’t have any plans to do it, but I’m not saying I wouldn’t do it.”