Politics, Democrats, Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren

Politics, Democrats, Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren

Who are you most impressed with of the 20 democrat candidates who participated in the MSNBC debates?

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Recent identical 12% stats in Democratic polls have categorized both Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren for third place, falling behind Bernie Sanders, and first place candidate Joe Biden.

The MSNBC debate in particular has moved Harris up to six points and caused Warren to decrease by 1%. Though Biden has the lead with 33% of votes, he lost a significant five points following the debates.

Elizabeth Warren has been standing in firm ground with her famous stamp of calling out political figures on various issues, most notably her famous debate over college student debt. With Warren already gearing up for the 2020 combat, Harris is also rolling her sleeves.

The polls are indicating that if Joe Biden were not a first choice, Harris would be a second-choice candidate. Vox Ezra Klein states, “Sen. Kamala Harris is the closest Democrats have to a potential consensus candidate. She doesn’t suffer from the enmity that Hillary Clinton voters have for Sen. Bernie Sanders, or that leftists hold for former Vice President Joe Biden, or that the Obama administration has for Elizabeth Warren. She’s not another white guy running to represent a diverse party. She’s got enough political experience to be a credible candidate, but not so much that she’s been on the wrong side of dozens of controversial issues.”

During the debate, Kamala Harris showcased her ability to stand tall when it comes to her strong opinions against Joe Biden, famously stated during the debate, “I do not believe you are a racist, but I also believe, and it’s personal, and it was actually very hurtful, to hear you talk about the reputations of two United States senators who built their careers and reputations on the segregation of race in this country.”

She then mentioned integrating Berkeley Public Schools 20 years after the Brown v. Board of Education decision and proceeded to tell Biden: “You also worked with [segregationists] to oppose busing. And, you know, there was a little girl in California who was part of the second class to integrate her public schools, and she was bused to school every day. And that little girl was me.”

Her voice on the subject matter helped her into fundraising $2 million dollars for her campaign from small donors. She states via Twitter, “I am so motivated and inspired by all of you. Now let’s go win this fight.”

Here’s how people on the Zip app are weighing in on this all over the country!

Who are you most impressed with of the 20 democrat candidates who participated in the MSNBC debates?

70% Kamala Harris
30% Elizabeth Warren
71% Kamala Harris
29% Elizabeth Warren
70% Kamala Harris
30% Elizabeth Warren

Kamala Harris

Elizabeth Warren

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