New Yorkers will soon vote best B in Dem primary
Next month when New Yorkers
go to the polls to vote their
Democratic choice during the
primary elections here, the
field will be drastically reduced
from the diverse campaign
start that spotlighted a variety
of races, genders and ethnic
minority candidates promising
reforms in laws related to
immigration, mass incarceration,
jobs, education, housing,
health and other issues.
On April 28, the front-running
contenders will likely
find former vice president Joe
Biden, Sen. Bernie Sanders and
billionaire former NYC Mayor
Mike Bloomberg challenging
a vast constituency of electorates.
Lost in the trenches some
of those that energized debates
included Andrew Yang, Sen.
Kamala Harris, Sen. Cory
Booker, Beto O’Rourke, Julian
Castro, billionaire Tom Steyer
and former Mayor Pete Buttigieg
who all proposed sweeping
changes if given the mandate
As each fell off the radar
due to either insufficient funds
or lack of momentum what is
clear is that of the six millionaire
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candidates that remained
in the race prior to the South
Carolina primary except for the
three Bs, progressive and centrist
candidates have dwindled
to include two females, Sens.
Elizabeth Warren, from Massachusetts
and Minnesota’s Sen.
Moderate Sen. Biden seems
the choice of traditional Black
voters who are adamant that
the Voting Rights Act of 1965
is non-negotiable and that the
senator is the best candidate to
ensure that voter suppression
will not interfere in elections.
His landslide victory in South
Carolina indicates that Blacks
are convinced Sen. Biden is the
best of the bunch and showed
their support by voting him
with a margin of two to one
over his nearest rival while narrowing
the delegates gap Sen.
Sanders amassed in early caucuses.
A younger demographic
of minorities favor the Sen,
Sanders playbook that includes
expanding the electorate,
health care for all and ultimately
delivering triumph over
President Donald Trump.
Here where Mayor Michael
Bloomberg commanded three
terms in a leadership position,
his best test will prove or disprove
whether or not an apology
for wrongful execution of
the Stop and Frisk policy is
Soon after announcing his
intention of becoming president,
Bloomberg stopped into
a Brooklyn church to ask forgiveness
for signing off on racist
policies he endorsed for the
NYPD to implement when confronting
Black and brown residents
of the state.
That the billionaire has committed
to remain in the race “to
the bitter end” and already has
lavished a whopping $500 million
in television advertising
Democratic presidential candidate and former South Bend,
Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg walks to speaks with members of
the media, Sunday, March 1, 2020, in Plains, Ga.
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in order to oust the president
seemed an obstacle against the
two leading potentials also the
mid westerner known as Mayor
But Sunday, Buttigieg, a
young titan who has served his
country in war and relentlessly
advocated for gun control, climate
change and raising wages
for workers dropped out of the
race after acquiring 20 delegates
leaving a slight advantage
for the NYC business mogul.”
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