Does Bernie Sanders have a chance in 2020?
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Does Bernie Sanders have a chance in 2020?

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Political insiders believe Bernie Sanders is preparing for another presidential run in 2020, but the Sanders-inspired Our Revolution is reportedly in disarraySkeptics say at age 79, the Vermont senator will be too old for the job. Plus, Hillary Clinton beat him in the primary by nearly four million votes, and he'll never win the Democratic nomination without support from voters of color. But others think he has the best chance going up against President Trump. What do you think? 👴🏻

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The latest reports about Our Revolution—the Sanders-inspired grass-roots group—don't look good for the Vermont senator. Edward-Isaac Dovere writes in Politico:

An extensive review of the Sanders-inspired group depicts an organization in disarray—operating primarily as a promotional vehicle for its leader and sometimes even snubbing candidates aligned with Sanders. Our Revolution has shown no ability to tip a major Democratic election in its favor—despite possessing Sanders’ email list, the envy of the Democratic Party—and can claim no major wins in 2018 as its own.
The result has left many Sanders supporters disillusioned, feeling that the group that was supposed to harness the senator's grass-roots movement is failing in its mission. The problems have also fueled doubts about Sanders’ organizational ability heading into 2020, even after his out-of-nowhere near-march to the nomination two years ago.

Many Democrats have been tired of Sanders for a long time. If he spent half as much time attacking Trump as he does attacking the Democratic Party, maybe he'd have more support.

Others don't want Sanders to seek the 2020 Democratic nomination because, well, he's not a Democrat.

But many say they'll vote for Sanders no matter which party he chooses.

Sanders will be 79 in 2020. He's just too old.

But Sanders still has overwhelming support from young voters.

It's ageist to claim Sanders' is too old to run.

But some point to Sanders not-so-great record when it comes to wooing voters of color, especially African-American voters who make up such a large portion of the Democratic base.

But die-hard Sanders supporters don't seem concerned.

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