Democrats are faced with a challenge that will determine the Presidential Election of 2020.
Is the nation ready for another “revolutionary” change, beyond Barack Obama?
The nation elected a mixed race African American Senator to the White House eleven years ago, something much more “revolutionary” than electing the first Catholic President John F. Kennedy in 1960.
The question is whether the nation is ready to do any of the following:
Elect the first woman President (Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, Amy Klobuchar, Kirsten Gillibrand, Tulsi Gabbard)
Elect the first mixed race woman President (Kamala Harris)
Elect the second African American male President (Cory Booker)
Elect the first Latino President (Julian Castro)
Elect the first gay President (Pete Buttigieg)
Elect our first Jewish President (Bernie Sanders, Michael Bennet)
Elect our first Hindu President (Tulsi Gabbard), who was born in the US territory of American Samoa.
Elect our oldest first term President at inauguration (Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren)
Elect the first President who will reach 80 years of age in office (Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden)
Elect our first sitting Mayor (Pete Buttigieg, Bill de Blasio)
Elect the first sitting Congressman since James A. Garfield in 1880 (Tulsi Gabbard, Seth Moulton, Tim Ryan, Eric Swalwell)
Elect a President younger than Theodore Roosevelt or John F. Kennedy (Pete Buttigieg, Tulsi Gabbard, Eric Swalwell, Seth Moulton)