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    Looking over reports, a list of potential candidates are emerging already for the 2024 fun. Many are already making rounds in the early battleground states, including Iowa.

    Republican


    • Greg Abbott, governor of Texas
    • Tom Cotton, U.S. senator from Arkansas
    • Ted Cruz, U.S. senator from Texas
    • Ron DeSantis, governor of Florida
    • Mike DeWine, governor of Ohio
    • Nikki Haley, former ambassador to the United Nations
    • Larry Hogan, governor of Maryland
    • Josh Hawley, U.S. senator from Missouri
    • Mike Lee, U.S. senator from Utah
    • Mike Pence, vice president of the United States
    • Mike Pompeo, secretary of state
    • Marco Rubio, U.S. senator from Florida
    • Ben Sasse, U.S. senator from Nebraska
    • Rick Scott, U.S. senator from Florida
    • Tim Scott, U.S. senator from South Carolina



    Democrat


    • Stacey Abrams, 2018 gubernatorial candidate
    • Michael Bennet, U.S. senator from Colorado
    • Andy Beshear, governor of Kentucky
    • Cory Booker, U.S. senator from New Jersey
    • Pete Buttigieg, former mayor of South Bend
    • Andrew Cuomo, governor of New York
    • Kamala Harris, U.S. senator from California
    • Jay Inslee, governor of Washington
    • Joe Kennedy, U.S. representative from Massachusetts
    • Amy Klobuchar, U.S. senator from Minnesota
    • Michelle Lujan Grisham, governor of New Mexico
    • Gavin Newsom, governor of California
    • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, U.S. representative from New York
    • J.B. Pritzker, governor of Illinois
    • Gretchen Whitmer, governor of Michigan
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    Tuff choices...

    I would wanna see Pence... with Jared Kushner as Secretary Of State.

    If Pence isn't running, probably Haley.

    Vs. Tulsi Gabbard. Theoretically, the MSDNC won't have the stamina by-then to go with anyone else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cadillac shark View Post
    Tuff choices...

    I would wanna see Pence... with Jared Kushner as Secretary Of State.

    If Pence isn't running, probably Haley.

    Vs. Tulsi Gabbard. Theoretically, the MSDNC won't have the stamina by-then to go with anyone else.
    Cotton. Cruz. Hawley. In no particular order. Far to early to worry about but a fun theoretical discussion.
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    Not only no on Hogan but hell no. He's about as Republican as Susan Collins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    Looking over reports, a list of potential candidates are emerging already for the 2024 fun. Many are already making rounds in the early battleground states, including Iowa.

    Republican


    • Greg Abbott, governor of Texas
    • Tom Cotton, U.S. senator from Arkansas
    • Ted Cruz, U.S. senator from Texas
    • Ron DeSantis, governor of Florida
    • Mike DeWine, governor of Ohio
    • Nikki Haley, former ambassador to the United Nations
    • Larry Hogan, governor of Maryland
    • Josh Hawley, U.S. senator from Missouri
    • Mike Lee, U.S. senator from Utah
    • Mike Pence, vice president of the United States
    • Mike Pompeo, secretary of state
    • Marco Rubio, U.S. senator from Florida
    • Ben Sasse, U.S. senator from Nebraska
    • Rick Scott, U.S. senator from Florida
    • Tim Scott, U.S. senator from South Carolina
    Although I like a lot of folks from your list (and don't trust more than a few) we need a candidate with a strong constitution who is experienced in handling the attack machine. Pence and Pompeo are at the top of my list together with a longshot ...Don Jr. ... he has his father's drive, strength and passion.

    Also, if Trump replaces Barr with Pam Bondi as AG after the election and she does a good job cleaning the stables at DOJ and FBI AND prosecuting the 2016 attempted coup d'état perpetrators, she would be in a good position to run

    PS He's not anywhere near the top of my list but with his impeachment, Kavanaugh and ACB performances Lindsey Graham is obviously running.
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    If Ben Sasse runs and is the nominee I'll go back to voting 3rd party. The only name in that group I think could be a good candidate is Nikki Haley. She has balls and has the gumption enough to handle the hateful leftist media. None of the other, not even Tim Scott, has the gonads to be a nominee. And if we're being honest, the GOP is going to need to nominate a strong woman. Anymore cookie cutter white guys like Rick Scott or DeSantis or Hawley or even Cruz isn't going to get it done. 2024 is going to be the first woke election. Now, if Biden wins and after Harris is put in place after the first 6 months and after the shitshow the country becomes, all the GOP has to nominate is anyone who can fog a mirror. But they'll screw it up anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ralph wiggum View Post
    Cotton. Cruz. Hawley. In no particular order. Far to early to worry about but a fun theoretical discussion.
    Great minds think alike.

    However my order would be Hawley, Cotton, Cruz. I've been very impressed by Hawley and amazed. He was pushed to run in Missouri by John Danforth, who is an honorable man but not exactly a Trump supporter. Hawley has proven to be his own man and taken some very courageous stands. Cotton also is forceful, bright and would be a good choice. Cruz because he's a braniac.
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    if Biden wins and after Harris is put in place after the first 6 months and after the shitshow the country becomes, all the GOP has to nominate is anyone who can fog a mirror. But they'll screw it up anyway.
    I think the actual vote count would support that statement. The hang up could be the "actual vote" part. With the DNC having the luxury of 4 years to continue to "reimagine" the art of nuanced vote counting, eligibility, etc. I'm afraid the Putin election model will become another new normal. I know that sounds like one of those absurd paranoid callers to late night radio shows.
    It sounds as crazy as somebody expecting to vote with no ID not that long ago.
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    I'm still feeling very pessimistic about the nation's future, and not putting any bets on there being a 2024 election yet. We will see what the final outcome of this election is, which I doubt will be known November 3, or 4, probably December at best, and how the riots/protests that are already being planned, regardless of who wins, are handled.

    With that said, Pence scored a lot of points with me during the VP debate, and I preferred Cruz over Trump in the 2016 primaries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    Looking over reports, a list of potential candidates are emerging already for the 2024 fun. Many are already making rounds in the early battleground states, including Iowa.

    Republican


    • Greg Abbott, governor of Texas
    • Tom Cotton, U.S. senator from Arkansas
    • Ted Cruz, U.S. senator from Texas
    • Ron DeSantis, governor of Florida
    • Mike DeWine, governor of Ohio
    • Nikki Haley, former ambassador to the United Nations
    • Larry Hogan, governor of Maryland
    • Josh Hawley, U.S. senator from Missouri
    • Mike Lee, U.S. senator from Utah
    • Mike Pence, vice president of the United States
    • Mike Pompeo, secretary of state
    • Marco Rubio, U.S. senator from Florida
    • Ben Sasse, U.S. senator from Nebraska
    • Rick Scott, U.S. senator from Florida
    • Tim Scott, U.S. senator from South Carolina



    Democrat


    • Stacey Abrams, 2018 gubernatorial candidate
    • Michael Bennet, U.S. senator from Colorado
    • Andy Beshear, governor of Kentucky
    • Cory Booker, U.S. senator from New Jersey
    • Pete Buttigieg, former mayor of South Bend
    • Andrew Cuomo, governor of New York
    • Kamala Harris, U.S. senator from California
    • Jay Inslee, governor of Washington
    • Joe Kennedy, U.S. representative from Massachusetts
    • Amy Klobuchar, U.S. senator from Minnesota
    • Michelle Lujan Grisham, governor of New Mexico
    • Gavin Newsom, governor of California
    • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, U.S. representative from New York
    • J.B. Pritzker, governor of Illinois
    • Gretchen Whitmer, governor of Michigan
    I can't say I'm excited by the list of Republicans; they seem the same old tired hacks that have in politics their whole lives.
    Trump hadn't been and that's why he could change things, make things better.

    As for the Democrats, they're the assholes who've so much shit during Covid and the riots. I don't any of them near the White House.
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