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2024-Future a post Trump election play by play (NO President Infinity)

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After Trumps successful second term,The field for president is now wide open,and now we begin the 2024 election cycle.

2020 Recap:

Republican:Trump/Pence (unchallenged)

Democrat Primary

Who ran? and results

-Joe Biden (1st-contested convention) 

-Bernie Sanders (2nd-contested convention)

-Cory Booker (6th dropped after super tuesday)

-Kamala Harris (5th dropped after super tuesday)

-Amy Klobuchar (7th dropped after new hampshire)

-Hillary Clinton (3rd,dropped after super tuesday)

-Eric Garcetti (8th dropped after iowa)

-Deval Patrick (9th dropped after iowa)

-Steve Bullock (10th dropped after iowa)

-Tom Steyer (4th dropped after super tuesday)

 

Biden/Klobuchar vs Trump/Pence

 

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Candidates running in 2024

 

Republicans:

-VP Mike Pence

-Fmr. NJ Gov. Chris Christie

-Fmr. AZ Sen. Jeff Flake

-AK Sen. Lisa Murkowski

-Fmr. OH Gov. John Kasich

-TX Sen. Ted Cruz

-FL Sen. Marco Rubio

-SC Sen. Lindsey Graham

-KY Sen. Rand Paul

-Carly Fiorina

-Fmr. Spkr. Paul Ryan

 

Democrats:

-MA Gov. John Kennedy III

-NJ. Sen Cory Booker

-CA. Sen. Kamala Harris

-CA Gov. Gavin Newsom

-MN Sen. Amy Klobuchar

-PA Sen. Bob Casey

-OH Sen. Sherrod Brown

-NY Sen Kristen Gillibrand

-IL Sen. Tammy Duckworth

-FL Gov. Andrew Gillum 

 

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Might I ask what scenario you are using?

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2 hours ago, TheMiddlePolitical said:

Candidates running in 2024

 

Republicans:

-VP Mike Pence

-Fmr. NJ Gov. Chris Christie

-Fmr. AZ Sen. Jeff Flake

-AK Sen. Lisa Murkowski

-Fmr. OH Gov. John Kasich

-TX Sen. Ted Cruz

-FL Sen. Marco Rubio

-SC Sen. Lindsey Graham

-KY Sen. Rand Paul

-Carly Fiorina

-Fmr. Spkr. Paul Ryan

 

Democrats:

-MA Gov. John Kennedy III

-NJ. Sen Cory Booker

-CA. Sen. Kamala Harris

-CA Gov. Gavin Newsom

-MN Sen. Amy Klobuchar

-PA Sen. Bob Casey

-OH Sen. Sherrod Brown

-NY Sen Kristen Gillibrand

-IL Sen. Tammy Duckworth

-FL Gov. Andrew Gillum 

 

And I also notice the Third Parties/Independents have been successfully cowed into not even mentioned in the line-up, once again. And the whole tenor of candidates of the two main parties across the line (including their artificial, contrived, and strange bedfellow unity as parties firmly maintained without any fracturing) hasn't changed at all. A "business as usual election scenario, with no socio-political movement or shift on a grand scale and no lessons learned, being portrayed here.

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10 minutes ago, Patine said:

And I also notice the Third Parties/Independents have been successfully cowed into not even mentioned in the line-up, once again. And the whole tenor of candidates of the two main parties across the line (including their artificial, contrived, and strange bedfellow unity as parties firmly maintained without any fracturing) hasn't changed at all. A "business as usual election scenario, with no socio-political movement or shift on a grand scale and no lessons learned, being portrayed here.

The Libertarian and Green Parties are both a joke,and I seriously don't see the United States making a major political shift for the next 3 presidential elections. Politics has stayed the same two party line system for the past 100 years,especially since the third parties now are a joke. 

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17 minutes ago, Patine said:

And I also notice the Third Parties/Independents have been successfully cowed into not even mentioned in the line-up, once again. And the whole tenor of candidates of the two main parties across the line (including their artificial, contrived, and strange bedfellow unity as parties firmly maintained without any fracturing) hasn't changed at all. A "business as usual election scenario, with no socio-political movement or shift on a grand scale and no lessons learned, being portrayed here.

My coffers are enriched and my cup runneth over.

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1 minute ago, Reagan04 said:

My coffers are enriched and my cup runneth over.

I wasn't even addressing you there. You only get a nickel this time.

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Just now, Patine said:

I wasn't even addressing you there. You only get a nickel this time.

FIIIINE 😛

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