The Democratic field for the 2020 race is evidently wide open, especially after Clinton’s defeat in the last election. Several potential candidates are already in talks with campaign consultants and political strategist for a possible run for office. A few democrats had given any consideration on a possible 2020 campaign until recently when Trump triumphed.
Hot Air reports:
As a result of the vacuum left by Clinton’s defeat, many more Democrats than usual are taking a look at running, calling media consultants, political strategists, and organizing operatives around Washington to sound out ideas for what a campaign starting in just over two years might look like. The early behind-closed-doors moves to court the relatively small group of top-level, battle-tested campaign operatives reflect the widely-held belief that the primary field is likely to be larger than any other in years.
Although such conversations are hypothetical at the start of 2017, increased interest on this topic depicts a tremendous interest in making a run