i like beto orouke but im not sure if hes going to win the primary is it still possible to vote fr him i dont want to vote for kamala harras?
i really think akamla harras is going to get the nomination i really do i mean shes raisd a lot of money and also shes got a good stage appl and also she always appeals in my news feed bu ti dont agree with her i think shes just aweaker version of hiallry and seh wasnt that great. do you think that beto oroulke can still have a chance if not so can i still vote for him do you think he will run independt or maybe will still win somehow i really don like kamala harras
- Tmess2Lv 76 months agoFavorite Answer
You did not say what state you are from which is a key fact. States get to set their own primary date (within the window authorized by the two national parties); so different states vote on different days.
Additionally, at the present time, we are still over seven months away from the first official vote in any state.
Between now and when your state might vote, two things will happen to narrow the field. First, some candidates will simply find that they are unable to raise the money needed to compete in fifty state contests and are not gaining traction in any state (other than possibly their home state). These candidates will drop out between now and December. Second, if you are in a later state, candidates who do poorly in the early states will drop out when it becomes clear that they are trailing. (Voters in the second round of states tend to drift away from candidates who did poorly in the early states, and money tends to dry up as donors move to the candidates who seem to have a chance.)
If any candidate that you support is still on the ballot by the time that your state votes, you are free to vote for that candidate. And, if you think that one of the frontrunners is a weak general election candidate, you are certainly free to vote for one of the other contenders. .
- alanaLv 65 months ago
Kamala Harris only wants to stir up race riots and cause chaos. Beto tries to act like Obama but he is not very good at it. His socialism embrace is not a winning ticket.
- FoofaLv 76 months ago
Harris is unelectable outside of NY, CA and IL. I predict the DNC primary will come down to Biden vs. Warren and that Warren will probably be the candidate.
- DesireLv 76 months ago
OMG, you actually think she has stage appeal and that is what is needed to be President. She has NO stage appeal. She is in a perpetual state of anger and talks down to everyone she comes in contact with. Please do vote for her and that will be great news for Trump.
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- 6 months ago
Beto O'Rourke won't win and neither will Kamala Harris so you might consider voting for President Trump and backing a winner.
- pit bulls biteLv 76 months ago
he slipping into the abyss of hasbeens
- W.T. DoorLv 76 months ago
O'Rourke has a criminal history that was suppressed by his Judge father.
Harris got her job as CA Attorney General by sleeping with Democrat politicians.
Both of them are for open borders, reparations, and post-birth abortion plus other extreme leftist policies.
Neither of them is going to be President of the United States.