Today, we consider only presidential choices. Do you want one?
Yes, the president is running again, which seems a no-brainer for the Republican side. While technically it’s not automatic, presidents do tend to get the nomination.
But not always. Twice — Truman in 1952 and Johnson in 1968 — presidents dropped out after poor showings in key state primaries. Yes, there are Republicans running against President Trump in the primary. One guy, perennial candidate and businessman Roque de la Fuente, is even on both ballots.
The bigger impact will come from the Democratic primary, with 17 candidates on county ballots. But here’s something important to remember: It’s mostly made up of ghosts.
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