Do the Democrats have too many candidates trying to win their nomination for the 2020 presidential election? The first two rounds of 2019 Democratic Primary Debate nights have featured ten candidates on the stage in consecutive nights. And that didn’t even represent the entire field of declared Democrats running for office. Notably absent was Massachusetts Congressman Seth Moulton who didn’t make the cut, and billionaire Activist Tom Steyer who had not yet declared. With so many people at the debates, it is difficult to even decide who performed best.
There are over twenty declared candidates from the Democratic nomination, and as quickly as one, Eric Swalwell, dropped out, another, Tom Steyer, appears to fill the void. Is it too much already? Do the Democrats need to trim the tree a bit? There does appear at the moment to be a top tier forming with former Vice President Joe Biden, Senator Bernie Sanders, Senator Elizabeth Warren, Senator Kamala Harris, and Mayor Pete Buttigieg. Perhaps you’re enjoying the large field and all of the diversity of ideas. On the other hand, perhaps you are holding back on donating to a candidate, knowing that at this point, the likelihood of any single candidate winning the nomination is slim. Or perhaps, you have no interest in any of the candidates on the Democratic side and do not mind their attempts to knock each other off the podium. We want to know what you think about it. Do the Democrats have too many candidates trying to win their nomination for the 2020 presidential election? Vote now and let us know your opinion.