Twenty Democrats hedge against supporting President Joe Biden’s re-election in 2024.
While Biden claimed he would run for re-election despite plunging poll numbers after 40 years of high inflation, recession, and a deadly withdrawal from Afghanistan, 20 Democrats refrained from publicly supporting Biden in 2024. Two other Democrats, Rep. -MN) and Dean Phillips (D-MN), frank to reject Support the president’s hopes of winning re-election.
1: Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY)
“We’ll cross that bridge when we get to it,” Ocasio-Cortez Tell CNN in June. “If the president has a vision and that is something we are all willing to entertain and study when the time comes…we should support it when we get to it. We’ll take a look at that.”
2: Representative Caroline Maloney (D-New York)
“I don’t think he’s running for re-election,” Maloney He confessed In this week’s debate.
3: Representative Jerry Nadler (D-NY-10)
It’s too early to say ‘Nadler too’ Tell mediator in the same discussion.
4: Representative Jamal Bowman (D-NY-16)
“I’m focused on my primary nomination and helping us keep the House and win two more Senate seats next November,” advertiser.
5: Representative Dan Keldy (Mich.)
“If the president decides not to run again, then obviously the game will go on,” Keldy said Tell Axios. “But he has to make that decision.”
6: Representative Susan Wild (Democrat, Pennsylvania)
“I’m going to be very honest with you and tell you I’m a little disappointed. I know the President has put Vice President Wilde in charge of the border crisis. He said About Biden’s Open Borders. “I’m a little disappointed because I didn’t see much in the way of results.” Axios stated that Wild has “evadeThe question of whether to support Biden in 2024.
7: Representative Tom Malinowski (D-NJ)
“I don’t even know if he will run in 2024, or who will run, so I won’t talk about who should be president,” Malinowski said. He said in June.
8: Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV)
“You know, I don’t make those choices or decisions about it. I will work with everything I have,” Mansion Tell NBC News meet the press, When asked about Democrats’ expectations in the midterm elections.
“Everyone is worried about the election. That’s the problem,” Manchin repeat On ABC News’s this week. “It is the elections of 2022, the elections of 2024. I am not participating…”
9: John Fetterman, candidate for governor of Pennsylvania
While campaigning in the Democratic primary, Fetterman first to reject to attend Biden’s appearance in Pennsylvania but later changed his mind. As reported by Axios, Fetterman has “evadeThe question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
10: Senator Maggie Hassan (D-NH)
Hassan Season From Biden because of the deadly withdrawal from Afghanistan. “The Biden administration must ensure that we have a plan in place to protect Americans in Afghanistan and those who have served alongside us for the past 20 years, as well as the safety of Afghan women and girls.” According to Axios, it has “evadeThe question of whether to support Biden in 2024.
11: Mandela Barnes, Senate candidate for Wisconsin
Barnes has be apart From Biden on his policy on open-border immigration. “I would like to see Biden roll out a comprehensive plan that addresses the influx of asylum seekers before lifting Title 42,” Barnes said. As reported by Axios, Barnes “evadeThe question of whether to support Biden in 2024.
12: Senator Michael Bennett (D-Colorado)
Bennett owns Criticize President for his mismanagement. “When you’re in the same party as the president, that’s going to be a tough episode,” Bennett said. Politico. As reported by Axios, Bennet has “evadeThe question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
13: Senator Tim Kaine (D-Virginia)
Ken has be apart From Biden in his dealings with the US relationship with Saudi Arabia. In June, Keane said it was a “terrible idea” for Biden to meet with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. As reported by Axios, Bennet has “evadeThe question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
14: Representative Steve Cohen (Democrat from Tennessee)
Cohen is running for re-election in Tennessee’s 9th Solid Blue District. Axios reported that Cohen “evadeThe question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
15: Representative Susan Delbiny (D-Washington)
Delbini ran for re-election in Washington State’s first hard blue district. As reported by Axios, Delbene has “evadeThe question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
16: Representative Tom Suzzi (Democrat from New York)
Suozzi is running for re-election in New York’s 3rd district. Axios reports that Suozzi has “evadeThe question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
17: Senator Angus King (I-ME)
King is not about to be re-elected in 2022. As Axios reported, he has “evadeThe question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
18: Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA)
Feinstein is not ready for re-election. Axios reported that Feinstein “evadeThe question of whether to support Biden in 2024.