A Four-Person Race for the Democratic Nomination?

From the moment former Vice President Joe Biden threw his hat in the ring, he has been the dominant front-runner in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. That status was confirmed in the most recent ScottRasmussen.com poll of the race, showing Biden with 39% of vote and a 19-point lead.
His nearest challenger — Sen. Bernie Sanders — attracted just 20% support, and nobody else reached double digits.
But in a party that has become younger and more racially diverse, it’s never seemed likely that two white men over 70 would have the field to themselves. The question all along has…

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