Dems’ 2020 Dilemma: Acquainted 70-Somethings Vs. Neophyte No-Names

“Not only will candidates not stand for it, I think the American people won’t stand for it again,” Garcetti said.
“That person doesn’t exist,” said Howard Dean, the 2004 presidential candidate and former Democratic National Committee chair.
Were Biden to run, it would be the sixth presidential election he’d either been in or come close to entering.
But they’re virtually unknown, and they’d be running against the most famous man in the world who’s proven he can dominate every news cycle.
Obama was a national political star going into the 2008 campaign, thanks to his 2004 convention speech.

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