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The Democratic presidential primary candidate field could be the largest on record. Democrats will not only be choosing a nominee, but deciding what kind of party they want to be. Here's a field guide to the candidates.
In the 2016 Republican presidential primaries, media observers tried to parse the large field by imagining “lanes” they were competing in. Donald Trump made a hash of that, and unforeseen developments could shape the 2020 Democratic contest, too.
Democrats are laying the groundwork for a diverse, new-generation slate of presidential contenders who will aim to draw a sharp contrast with President Trump.
Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders are the early favorites. Who could be the rising star in the Democratic contest if the sun sets on the big two?
Running for president could make your career—or it could end it. Be careful out there.