Only Christian Gospel Can Heal America’s Divide

The 2020 Democrat race for the presidential nomination has drawn 23 candidates. Former Vice President Joe Biden, seven US current Senators, six current and former members of the House of Representatives, four mayors, three governors, one businessman, and one self-help author are in the race. In recent polling, Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders are tied in Iowa- the first state to kick off presidential primaries. Of the 615 likely caucus-goers in Iowa, Sanders and Biden had 24%, followed by Mayor Pete Buttigieg at 14%, Senator Elizabeth Warren at 12%, Senator Kamala Harris at 10% and Beto O’Rouke at 5%. Second choices are very important in Iowa because a candidate must get 15% to get delegates to the national convention. Warren is the second choice of 19% of those polled followed by Biden, Harris and Sanders. A third of Warren’s second choice supporters list Sanders as their first choice. In the Real Clear Politics average national poll, Biden leads Sanders 39% to 16%. In a projected matchup against President Trump, the former VP bests him 42% to 36%, but the only poll that matters is the one on Nov. 3, 2020.



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