President Joe Biden has formally announced he’s seeking reelection. Top Democrats have remained solidly unified behind the president, despite his low approval ratings and many Americans saying they’d rather not see the 80-year-old Biden try for four more years in the White House.
President Joe Biden will attempt to defy poor approval ratings and voters’ doubts about his advanced age to win reelection in 2024. Read on to learn why he’s officially jumping into the race now, what keeps Democrats up at night, and how Republicans will run against him.
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Let’s walk through Biden’s first two(ish) years in the White House — the good, the bad and the ugly — and take a look at his odds in both the primary and the general election.
They are lukewarm about picking Biden as their nominee, but many believe he may be the best hope of preventing a second Trump term and fighting extremism.
Some Democrats aren’t excited about Biden 2024. Here’s why they’re wrong.
Joe Biden is going to run for re-election. One question this raises is: How is anyone going to tell?
Dissecting the strengths and weaknesses of the GOP contenders.
There must be some freethinking Democrat who’s willing to get in the race.