Twenty Democrats have hedged their support for the 2024 re-election of President Joe Biden.
While Biden has claimed he will run for re-election despite declining polls following 40 years of inflation, recession and a deadly withdrawal from Afghanistan, 20 Democrats have refrained from openly endorsing Biden in 2024. Two other Democrats, Rep. Angie Craig ( D -MN) and Dean Phillips (D-MN), have categorically denied supporting the president’s re-election hopes.
1: Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY)
“We will cross that bridge when we come to it,” Ocasio-Cortez he said CNN in June. “If the president has a vision and that’s something we’re all willing to entertain and consider when the time comes … we should approve it when we get there. We’ll take a look at it.”
2: Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY)
“I don’t believe he’s running for re-election,” Maloney said admissible in a debate this week.
3: Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY-10)
“Too early to tell,” also Nadler he said the moderator in the same discussion.
4: Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-NY-16)
“I’m focused on my primary and helping us retain the House and win a few extra seats in the Senate this November,” declare yourself.
5: Rep. Dan Kildee (D-MI)
“If the president decides not to run again, it’s obviously game on,” Kildee said he said Worthy. “But he has to make that decision.”
6: Rep. Susan Wild (D-PA)
“I’ll be very honest with you and tell you that I’m a bit disappointed. I know the President has delegated responsibility for the border crisis to the Vice President,” Wild he said about Biden’s open borders. “I’m a little disappointed that I haven’t seen many results.” Axios reported that the Wild has “avoidedThe question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
7: Rep. Tom Malinowski (D-NJ)
“I don’t even know if he’s running in 2024 or who’s running, so I’m not going to make an opinion on who should be president,” Malinowski said. he said in June.
8: Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV)
“You know, I don’t make those choices or decisions about it. I’ll work with what I’ve got,” Manchin said he said NBC News meet the press, when asked about Democrats’ midterm prospects.
“Everyone is worried about the elections. That’s the problem,” Manchin said he repeated on ABC News This week. “It’s a 2022 election, a 2024 election. We’re not dealing with…”
9: John Fetterman, candidate for governor of Pennsylvania
While campaigning in the Democratic primary, Fetterman initially denied to attend a Biden appearance in Pennsylvania but later changed his mind. As Axios reports, Fetterman has “avoidedThe question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
10: Sen. Maggie Hassan (D-NH)
Hasan separated by Biden on the deadly withdrawal from Afghanistan. “The Biden administration must ensure that we have a plan to protect Americans in Afghanistan and those who have served with us over the past 20 years, as well as the safety of Afghan women and girls.” According to Axios, Hassan has “avoidedThe question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
11: Mandela Barnes, Wisconsin Senate candidate
Barnes has were diverging by Biden on his open borders immigration policy. “I would like to see Biden put forward a comprehensive plan that deals with the influx of asylum seekers before we repeal Title 42,” Barnes said. As Axios reports, Barnes has “avoidedThe question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
12: Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO)
Bennett has criticized the president for his mismanagement. “When you’re in the same party as the president, it’s going to be a tough cycle,” Bennet said Politico. As Axios reports, Bennet has “avoidedThe question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
13: Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA)
Kaine has were diverging by Biden in his handling of the United States’ relationship with Saudi Arabia. In June, Cain said it was a “terrible idea” for Biden to meet with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. As Axios reports, Bennet has “avoidedThe question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
14: Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN)
Cohen is running for re-election in Tennessee’s solidly blue 9th district. Axios reported that Cohen has “avoidedThe 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 1st blue district. As Axios reports, Delbene has “avoidedThe question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
16: Rep. Tom Suozzi (D-NY)
Suozzi is running for re-election in New York’s 3rd district. Axios reported that Suozzi has “avoidedThe question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
17: Senator Angus King (I-ME)
King is not up for re-election in 2022. As Axios reports, King has “avoidedThe question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.
18: Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA)
Feinstein is not up for re-election. Axios reported that Feinstein has “avoidedThe question of whether he will support Biden in 2024.