Date and delegate information is preliminary and subject to change. The Democratic Party will nominate a 2020 presidential candidate at its convention in Milwaukee the week of July 13, 2020. Primary and caucus events will go through mid June.
Estimated Delegates Earned
There are 3,979 pledged delegates in 2020; it will take a minimum of 1,991 to win the Democratic nomination on the first ballot. 771 automatic delegates (superdelegates) will not participate on the first ballot (unless the nomination is uncontested). This is a significant change from 2016.
Amral, WTF going on here again? Why can’t I quote Anta??
Mr Antabanta, I will not address your view of Trump. However, if that’s your assessment of Biden, a man who served decades in government at high levels and under very successful presidents, then I question your logic as it pertains to clueless and cluefull. And I ain’t a Biden man.
Biden has not been inspirational thus far. He does not have the gravitas and passion, but not clueless by any stretch.
America has arrived at its perfect choices, Trump's Capitalism versus Sanders Socialism. In any case, it all about living within ones means. Either ppl choose individual progress or the State gives everyone food stamps and lineups.
Democrats love it when people are on the bread lines and food stamps. It was very high under Obama. That’s how they keep their base under control. The have convinced them that saying home living off food stamps and Voting socialism will put food on the table and that they don’t have to work.
Idiot, red states consume more food stamps. Note, socialism ie in the form of welfare to farmers by trump grants them some 18 billion annually. That is not counting the welfare to the tune of 1 trillion dollars to which Trump gained 800 million in the form of tax breaks to the wealthy.
Sean, D2 is right. Trump is giving welfare to the corn and soybean farmers. Some of the farmers said they do not want the welfare; they want to work for what they get. Most recipients of the welfare system are whites. However, if you take the percentage in relation to the population, blacks make up a larger percentage.
Enrollment in the food stamp program — officially the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program — has soared by 70 percent in the years since President Obama first took office, a new report finds.
The government said the recession ended in 2009, The Wall Street Journal reports, but enrollment in the food stamp program didn’t wane, as would be expected in an improving economy. Since 2008, it’s been on a steady rise, The Journal reports.
A record 47.8 million people participate in the program, as of December 2012 — a figure that translates into a 70 percent rise since 2008, The Journal says. Why?
@Skelly, where de rass did I mention whites or blacks ?
Why de rass you bring up Obama? Do you realize that under Obama it went up because the Republicans under George Bush left America in a recession and this was necessary? Doing nothing would have had people begging and in soup kitchens and food shelves. I see FOX news Foucked up your memory.