Bloomberg 2020 election impact is all the buzz since he announced he’d be filing in Alabama. He hasn’t, however, yet announced that he would officially run for the Democratic nomination. Let’s discuss this.
Michael Bloomberg filed for the Alabama democratic primary to beat the deadline. There is still no official word that he is actually going to enter the presidential race. Still, it was a significant step. As recently as March, he had ruled out a run.
But after speculation that he might, he has filed in Alabama.
The three-term New York City mayor certainly has a resume. A legitimate billionaire, he has succeeded in business. He took the helm as chief executive of New York post 911. By all accounts, he is a pragmatist centrist, who has been a registered Republican, Independent, and Democrat.
There are some that feel he may jump in the race to fill the void of a faltering Biden campaign. And with the rise of progressive candidate Elizabeth Warren, centrists are nervous.
President Trump seems to like the idea of Bloomberg as a new personality to attack.
Bloomberg 2020 Election Impact
In this episode on WINK News, political psychologist Dr. Bart Rossi examins the Bloomberg impact.
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