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Algernon Moncrieff

(5,781 posts)
Tue Dec 12, 2017, 12:10 AM Dec 2017

If one of these women from the Senate would run for President in 2020, who'd have your primary vote? [View all]

We have 16 women Democrats in the Senate- obviously I couldn't fit them all on the list. Unlike some other parties I could talk about....

26 votes, 3 passes | Time left: Unlimited
The one I didn't list (please respond in the thread)
0 (0%)
Kamala Harris
4 (15%)
Tammy Duckworth
0 (0%)
Elizabeth Warren
7 (27%)
Amy Klobuchar
13 (50%)
Catherine Cortez Masto
0 (0%)
Jeanne Shaheen
0 (0%)
Maggie Hassan
0 (0%)
Claire McCaskill
1 (4%)
Tammy Baldwin
1 (4%)
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They all sound good to me 4now Dec 2017 #1
Most of them are too old. PoindexterOglethorpe Dec 2017 #2
Duckworth is 49 Algernon Moncrieff Dec 2017 #4
I'm a Baby Boomer myself, PoindexterOglethorpe Dec 2017 #6
Actually, I'm hoping Tammy Duckworth will run, and she's the youngest of the bunch. Algernon Moncrieff Dec 2017 #8
What would the case for Klobuchar be? Ken Burch Dec 2017 #3
Off the top of my head Algernon Moncrieff Dec 2017 #5
I think she does have a very low national profile. PoindexterOglethorpe Dec 2017 #7
Thanks for the info. Ken Burch Dec 2017 #12
I'm not really a fan... Sen. Walter Sobchak Dec 2017 #10
She was in the CNN debate JonLP24 Dec 2017 #11
No flippin way on Sen Mc Caskill irisblue Dec 2017 #9
No senators. No women leftstreet Dec 2017 #13
I agree with you Awsi Dooger Dec 2017 #15
Oddly, to me, all of these posts seem to assume "normal" politics. susanna Dec 2017 #17
HRC won the popular vote. That suggests to me that the right female candidate could CTyankee Dec 2017 #31
It is too early to begin speculating about 2020. murielm99 Dec 2017 #14
It is too early to begin speculating about 2020. LenaBaby61 Dec 2017 #26
omg, seriously ... we haven't even started the 2018 mid-terms season yet. Way. Too. Early. n/t SFnomad Dec 2017 #16
Never too early Algernon Moncrieff Dec 2017 #19
No. It. Does. Not. n/t SFnomad Dec 2017 #23
Sorry. It does Algernon Moncrieff Dec 2017 #24
No. It. Does. Not. It's only the "new reality" if you allow it. SFnomad Dec 2017 #35
We haven't even started the 2018 mid-terms season yet. Way. Too. Early. LenaBaby61 Dec 2017 #27
Incomplete question DFW Dec 2017 #18
I don't want to vote based on gender flamingdem Dec 2017 #20
You apparently missed the word "if" in the OP Algernon Moncrieff Dec 2017 #21
The most progressive one of the bunch always gets my primary vote and always will. Iggo Dec 2017 #22
I voted for Harris but it's a tie between her and Duckworth. PragmaticLiberal Dec 2017 #25
I like Tammy Duckworth murielm99 Dec 2017 #29
Duckworth was born in Thailand. CTyankee Dec 2017 #32
None of them..... brooklynite Dec 2017 #28
not sure, but i'm not thrilled with losing good senators to presidential ambitions. unblock Dec 2017 #30
!!! Alice11111 Dec 2017 #33
It's hypothetical Algernon Moncrieff Dec 2017 #34
I don't think our candidate has to be a sitting senator Bettie Dec 2017 #36
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