1) Elizabeth Warren (-)
The old Native American of the Blanco Caucasian tribe doesn’t seem to be losing momentum by her own faults or the rise of another candidate. Warren is the frontrunner is the Biden-alternatives. This does not appear to be a flash in the pan like with any Conservative opponent to Romney in 2012, Warren, unlike Santorum, Perry, or Gingrich seems to be an agreeable second choice that can bridge generations of old school Democrats with new age Socialists.
2) Joe Biden (-)
Joe Biden doesn’t appear to have lost his hoodpass yet. Conservative and Clickservative media can’t seem to decide whether Joe Biden is the frontrunner or whether Biden is so old and gaffe prone that he is Jeb! Bush 2020. He cannot be both. His senescence is increasingly unignorable, but none have yet capitalized as anything other than an alternative.
3) Bernie Sanders (+1)
As I noted last time, Bernie Sanders just won’t go down yet. The old Soviet has won the battle of the Democrat Party, but not the battle to be the face of it, kind of like how Rand Paul’s noninterventionalism won with Republicans ultimately after never winning nomination. Should Liz Warren fall, Bernie Sanders is most poised to benefit. However Bernie Sander still suffers from a high floor, low ceiling campaign. In a delegate battle he cannot pull ahead in such a crowded field.
4) Kamala Harris (-1)
It seems Kamala Harris may have been a flash in the pan. The candidate that seemingly won the Intersectionality Region can’t seem to maintain momentum. It also doesn’t help that Harris may not have the orgaizational clout that the other three candidates have. THough with a strong showing in California, Harris can make a strong case for herself down the finish line. But the more Americans get to know her, the more they do not seem to like her.
5) Beto O’Rourke (+3)
Beto O’Rourke seems to have gotten a lot of Twitter love recently for his staunch anti-gun stance. While we here know Twitter is not real life, the do not. Going Full Swalwell seems to have multiplied his minuscule base. Quite honestly, O’Rourke’s rise in this ranking is more an indictment on the other candidates than a compliment to the man that thinks gun confiscation will win in a general election. In the delegate battle his strong potential in Texas could give him more delegates than those below him.
6) Pete Buttigieg (-1)
Not much has happened for Pete Buttigieg. His whole shtick is about selling socialism to middle America. His ability to unite key portions of the Democrat Party such as the black vote or the urban elitist is limited because they do not care about what flyover country thinks. His campaign is thus far been overestimated and his management of South Bend is not holding up well to scrutiny.
7) Marianne Williamson (-)
Is she done? Yes and No. Her chances of winning the Presidency or nil, but her potential to raise a false religion for the non-atheists on the Left make her very potent moving forward. Like Sanders, she can win the war without being the face of the movement.
8) Tulsi Gabbard (-2)
For someone who is camping out in Iowa, the polls do not seem to reflect it. Despite being attractive, invoking the curiosity of listeners, there is nothing there. Her base is a bunch of Libertarians who can’t see past her Middle East policy to realize she is far left.
9) Andrew Yang (-)
Coming out of the closet on communism ever so slowly won’t save this campaign in a timely manner. While he comes off ans a young intersectional Bernie Sanders with the freedom dividend, hes fighting for small potatoes in an energized primary race.
10) Tom Steyer (Unranked)
He’s got money. That’s about it. Let’s not pretend money doesn’t buy votes at all, though good campaigns win elections. Does he have a good campaign? Who really knows. But he looks to outspend much of the field.
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