Twenty Democrats have already hedged their support for President Joe Biden’s re-election in 2024.
Twenty Democrats have not publicly endorsed Biden in 2024, despite Biden’s claims that he will run for re-election, despite falling poll numbers after 40 years of high inflation, recession and a deadly troop withdrawal from Afghanistan. Two other Democrats, Rep. Angie Craig (D-MN) and Dean Phillips (D-MN) reject Support the president’s hopes of winning re-election.
1: Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY)
“When we get to that bridge, we’re going to cross it,” Ocasio-Cortez Tell CNN June. “If the president has a vision, that’s something we’re all willing to embrace and look at when the time comes… We should support it when it comes to fruition. We’ll look at it.”
2: Rep. Caroline Maloney (D-NY)
“I don’t believe he’s going to run for re-election,” Maloney Admission in this week’s debate.
3: Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY-10)
“It’s too early to tell,” Nadler also said. Tell The moderator is in the same debate.
4: Rep. Jamal Bowman (D-NY-16)
“I’m focused on my primary and helping us maintain the House and win a few extra Senate seats this November,” he said. statement.
5: Rep. Dan Kildee (D-MI)
“If the president apparently decides not to run, it’s going to be a race,” Kildee Tell Love News. “But he had to make that decision.”
6: Rep. Susan Wilder (D-PA)
“I’ll be honest with you, I’m a little disappointed. I know the president assigned responsibility for the border crisis to the vice president,” Wild Say On Biden’s open borders. “I’m a little disappointed that I don’t see much results.” Axios reports that Wild has “escaped“The question of whether she will support Biden in 2024.
7: Rep. Tom Malinowski (D-NJ)
“I don’t even know if he’s running in 2024, or who, so I’m not going to have an opinion on who should be president,” Malinowski Say in June.
8: Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV)
“You know, I’m not going to make those choices or decisions about it. I’m going to work with all my stuff,” Manchin Tell NBC News meet the media, When asked about the Democrats’ prospects in the midterm elections.
“Everyone is worried about the election. That’s the problem,” Manchin reiterate on ABC News this week. “This is the 2022 election, the 2024 election. I’m not involved in…”
9: John Feltman, Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate
When campaigning in the Democratic primary, Feltman initially reject Attended Biden’s appearance in Pennsylvania, but then changed his mind. According to Axios, Feltman has “escaped“The question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
10: Sen. Maggie Hassan (D-NH)
Hassan divided Withdraw troops from Biden’s deadly Afghanistan. “A Biden administration must ensure that we have plans in place to protect the safety of Americans in Afghanistan and those who have served with us over the past 20 years, as well as Afghan women and girls.” According to Axios, Hassan has “escaped“The question of whether she will support Biden in 2024.
11: Mandela Barnes, Wisconsin Senate candidate
Barnes has Divergent Biden on his open border immigration policy. “I would like to see Biden come up with a comprehensive plan to deal with the influx of asylum seekers before we remove Article 42,” Barnes said. According to Axios, Barnes has “escaped“The question of whether she will support Biden in 2024.
12: Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO)
Unique to Bennet criticize Bad management by the president. “When you’re in the same party as the president, it’s going to be a tough cycle,” Bennet told Reuters politics. According to Axios, Bennet owns “escaped“The question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
13: Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA)
Kane has Divergent Biden handles U.S. relations with Saudi Arabia. In June, Kane said Biden’s meeting with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was a “terrible idea.” According to Axios, Bennet owns “escaped“The question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
14: Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN)
Cohen is running for re-election in Tennessee’s ninth pure blue district. Axios reports Cohen has “escaped“The question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
15: Rep. Suzan Delbene (D-WA)
Delbene is running for re-election in Washington state’s first pure blue zone. According to Axios, Delbene has “escaped“The question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
16: Rep. Tom Souci (D-NY)
Sozie is running for re-election in New York’s 3rd district. Axios reports that Suozzi has “escaped“The question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
17: Senator Angus King (I-ME)
King will not be re-elected in 2022. According to Axios, King has “escaped“The question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
18: Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-CA)
Feinstein is not planning to be re-elected. Axios reports that Feinstein has “escaped“The question of whether she will support Biden in 2024.