Magazine April 8, 2019, Issue

Will Joe Biden Be the Democratic Nominee?

(Roman Genn)
Progressive pundits think he’s unwoke; primary voters might not care

Believe it or not, there are still a few Democrats left in the United States Senate who are not running for president. And among those sitting on the sidelines, they see a lot to like in a politician who hasn’t joined the field: Joe Biden.

“If he were in the race, he would I think have a lot of support, and he’s someone I’d think very seriously about supporting,” Pennsylvania Democratic senator Bob Casey tells National Review. “I don’t know a vice president who was more effective, who had greater responsibility.”

Wisconsin Democratic senator Tammy Baldwin, who won reelection by eleven points

This article appears as “Back to Biden?” in the April 8, 2019, print edition of National Review.

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