View Poll Results: Who would you like to see as the democratic nominee, select all that apply

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  • Hillary Clinton

    17 44.74%
  • Joe Biden

    3 7.89%
  • Andrew Cuomo

    3 7.89%
  • Martin O’Malley

    0 0%
  • Kirsten Gillibrand

    2 5.26%
  • Cory Booker

    2 5.26%
  • Elizabeth Warren

    18 47.37%
  • Deval Patrick

    2 5.26%
  • Mark Warner

    2 5.26%
  • Other

    16 42.11%
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Thread: For Non Republicans Only: Who Would You Like To See Win The 2016 Democratic Primary

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    For Non Republicans Only: Who Would You Like To See Win The 2016 Democratic Primary

    Select all you would be happy with as the democratic nominee for president in 2016. Please only vote if you are not a republican and would potentially vote democrat in the 2016 presidential race. Also please add other names I missed in the thread.

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    Re: For Non Republicans Only: Who Would You Like To See Win The 2016 Democratic Prim

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    Select all you would be happy with as the democratic nominee for president in 2016. Please only vote if you are not a republican and would potentially vote democrat in the 2016 presidential race. Also please add other names I missed in the thread.

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    Re: For Non Republicans Only: Who Would You Like To See Win The 2016 Democratic Prim

    out of that list, Elizabeth Warren, with the caveat that there are several candidates listed that i know little about.

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    Re: For Non Republicans Only: Who Would You Like To See Win The 2016 Democratic Prim

    Alan Grayson would be a fine choice.

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    Re: For Non Republicans Only: Who Would You Like To See Win The 2016 Democratic Prim

    Other. As in, "none of the above."

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    Re: For Non Republicans Only: Who Would You Like To See Win The 2016 Democratic Prim

    Out of those...Warren I guess?

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    Re: For Non Republicans Only: Who Would You Like To See Win The 2016 Democratic Prim

    Quote Originally Posted by Helix View Post
    out of that list, Elizabeth Warren, with the caveat that there are several candidates listed that i know little about.
    Why exactly? The woman is the Michelle Bachman of the left.

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    Re: For Non Republicans Only: Who Would You Like To See Win The 2016 Democratic Prim

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    Select all you would be happy with as the democratic nominee for president in 2016. Please only vote if you are not a republican and would potentially vote democrat in the 2016 presidential race. Also please add other names I missed in the thread.

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    I would like to see you win the nomination.

    Oh, wait, you did say whom I would vote for. Brad Henry of Oklahoma is the only Dem that I would potentially vote for.
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    Re: For Non Republicans Only: Who Would You Like To See Win The 2016 Democratic Prim

    Quote Originally Posted by Fisher View Post
    Why exactly? The woman is the Michelle Bachman of the left.
    my impression of her is mostly from national news, but she seems to be one of the few who isn't completely beholden to corporate interests, and who isn't an establishment or a "next in line" candidate. i would have to do a lot more research before voting for either her or her opponent, however.

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    Re: For Non Republicans Only: Who Would You Like To See Win The 2016 Democratic Prim

    Quote Originally Posted by Helix View Post
    my impression of her is mostly from national news, but she seems to be one of the few who isn't completely beholden to corporate interests, and who isn't an establishment or a "next in line" candidate. i would have to do a lot more research before voting for either her or her opponent, however.
    Let me tell you her problem positions: She thinks that having children is the #1 cause of bankruptcy and she thinks that women continuing to work after WWII was the driver in the destruction of household income. She is right as to the latter BTW, but that is not exactly going to fly so well with mothers, most of whom happen to be women.

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