Coming of the new year marks one year closer to the 2020 Presidential Election. And that means some politicians have their eyes set on the Oval Office. With the Trump administration having some type of news-story every day it seems, many are ready to get him out.
And yes - I am looking at every young voter who is finally going to be eligible to vote - get out in 2020 and vote. But, who has their eyes on the prize so far? Who should we look for to possibly clinch the Democratic Nomination?
1. Joe Biden
I love Joe Biden, and according to the news, the former Vice-President is in the lead for being the potential Democratic Nominee in 2020.
In an Iowa Poll, Biden, O'Rourke, and Sanders are lead the Democratic caucus.
But, the real question is, is Biden wanting to?
2. Bernie Sanders
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is another one to keep an eye for come the 2020 elections. A favorite amongst young voters back in 2016, Sanders started what he called a "Revolution". He focused on the young voters, gaining the popular support for being the democratic nominee but lost to Hillary Clinton.
With the backing Sanders had in 2016, he is a top contender to run for 2020.
3. Beto O'Rourke
One of the most heartbreaking races in the midterms, O'Rourke was a huge favorite down in Texas when running for Ted Cruz's seat in the Senate. One of the closet races down in Texas, O'Rourke loss struck the hearts of many back in November.
O'Rourke could easily become a top nominee come the 2020 elections- he still the hearts of many with his passion and work.
4. Cory Booker
Senator Cory Booker said that over the Holidays he will be deciding if he will be running for the 2020 presidential election. Earlier this year he mentioned about running in 2020, but does he have enough backing to get him far in the game?
5. Elizabeth Warren
We have seen Senator Elizabeth Warren in action and is one of the Dems top tier progressives in their party's wing. Back in 2016, Warren had high odds of being President if she ran, but with recent controversies, her backing has slightly declined.
Could Warren pull off a 2020 win for the Dems?
The list if potential democratic nominees go on and on, but the top three contenders are the ones to keep on eye out for come 2019. Who will make the move first?