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Sean F. Kennedy

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About Sean F. Kennedy

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  • Birthday 03/17/1998

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    Akron, Ohio
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    Persona Series, Politics, Camping, Theme Parks, Arrested Development, Batman, Fallout series, The Jimmy Dore Show, Team Four Star

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  1. Economic: Robert Kennedy Social: Bernie Sanders Foreign Policy: Dennis Kucinich or Ron Paul Misc: John Kasich
  2. Sanders and Biden are the only two candidates I see beating Trump at this point.
  3. I have returned. I am willing to continue this.
  4. Biden 31% Sanders 26% Steyer 14% Warren 10% Buttigieg 9% Klobuchar 4% Gabbard 3% Bloomberg 3%
  5. Wow this is like Florida 2000 with how close the results are. Many people within the other campaigns came forward where delegates were appointed incorrectly. It's going to be extremely close, and will certainly go down in history.
  6. 1. Bernie Sanders 2. Tulsi Gabbard 3. Andrew Yang 4. Tom Steyer 5. Elizabeth Warren 6. Deval Patrick 7. Pete Buttigieg 8. Amy Klobuchar 9. Joe Biden 10. Michael Bennett 11. John Delaney 12. Michael Bloomberg
  7. Warren is shown her true colors. I expect her to lose support from this
  8. The fact that I come across multiple friends of mine who voted for Trump in 2016 that have told me that they would gladly vote for Bernie Sanders says a lot. One of them is the stereotypical "country boy" and has been Republican his whole life. And this is coming from Ohio, a state many Democrats think is "too far gone".
  9. Supporters of stop and frisk, and Democratic billionaires.
  10. For Warren and Buttigieg I feel like if neither of them either win one of these primaries (or have a strong 2nd or 3rd place in Iowa for Buttigieg) I feel like it's an even more uphill battle for momentum. Also if they get 15% or more it depends on how many delegates they pick up. I overall mostly agree with you, other than thinking that New Hampshire might be a little bit more favorable to Sanders and Iowa to Biden.
  11. 1. Sanders 2. Buttigieg 3. Biden 4. Klobuchar 5. Warren My reasoning is many Yang and Gabbard supporters end up edging it out for Sanders. Just a theory.
  12. Ahh I forgot to edit it correctly. Trudeau won his seat.
  13. Yes I can post the final results soon enough. It is now up to @Hestia11 on whether he will choose to form a minority government or to consider a coalition.
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