The Democrat field for President is growing every day.
But a number of them are also falling off the list.
And you won’t believe which 2020 Democrat just got campaign-ending news.
The leading Democrat for President currently is Joe Biden.
As former Vice President, this isn’t overly surprising.
But his massive lead may be short-lived with several candidates hoping to take him down.
Since the start, Sen. Bernie Sanders has been the most likely to do that.
As a socialist, he represents a growing subset of the Democrat base.
These are people who are tired of the establishment of the party and are looking for radical changes which Sanders offers.
But his lead is now in doubt from an unlikely source.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is beginning to pick up some of his most vital support and new polling shows it is helping her campaign immensely.
A new poll from The Economist and You.Gov shows that Warren is now leading Sanders by multiple points.
Warren is at 16 percent, while Sanders is at 12 percent.
Biden is still holding a commanding lead in the poll, with 26 percent.
But this early out, polling doesn’t mean much.
During the 2016 election, leading candidate Jeb Bush took a major nosedive in polling the closer they got to the debate stage.
So it isn’t inconceivable to imagine Warren leading the pack in the coming months.
Warren is already beginning to take away some of Sanders’ most vital support.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who is the biggest rising star in the socialist wing of the Democrat Party, is even considering throwing her coveted endorsement behind Warren.
This is big news considering the fact that Ocasio-Cortez has a long history with Sanders.
She worked on his 2016 campaign and moved on to get elected through the group Justice Democrats which used Sanders’ 2016 campaign as their jumpstart.
Ocasio-Cortez was on the board of Justice Democrats until a short while ago.
Without Sanders, Justice Democrats would never be a thing.
His 2016 campaign gave them the momentum to form a group that would later lead to the upset election of Ocasio-Cortez.
And while the group has never been openly hostile to Warren, she hasn’t always been their biggest ally.
To the contrary, Sanders has been, with them using him to grow their group to what it is today.
But even then, the group now seems to be shifting towards the goal of electing women into office.
Warren has that advantage over Sanders.
Not only that, but Warren is nearly ten years younger than Sanders.
In many ways, Warren is the better candidate for many supporting Sanders.
She may be what ultimately destroys his campaign, especially if she begins taking away major supporters like Ocasio-Cortez.
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