December 9, 2018
All Eyes On 2020
By Annie Siebert
Photo by © Elian / Adobe Stock
With Democrats now in control of the House and members of his own party speaking out against President Donald Trump, the 2020 presidential campaign has officially begun (whether we like it or not). Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren announced over the end-of-year holidays that she intends to seek the presidency in 2020, and politicians and pundits alike haven’t been shy about speculating.
One thing to count on is intense scrutiny of Rust Belt states and districts won by Trump in 2016 — then flipped by the Dems in 2018.
Annie Siebert, Postindustrial's editor-in-chief, began her journalism career as a copy editor on the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's night city desk before reporting on the city's eastern suburbs. She then worked as an editor for S&P Global Platts' real-time news service; on freelance writing, editing, and researching projects; and for LedBetter, a data project that tracks corporate progress on equal opportunity and diversity.
- Bruised GOP considers Trump’s Pennsylvania chances in 2020 // Mark Levy, The Associated Press
- Republicans in the Rust Belt states that made Trump president are worried about 2020 // Tarini Parti, BuzzFeed News
- Is this the Democrat who can beat Trump in the Rust Belt in 2020? // Mehdi Hasan, The Intercept
- 2020 presidential candidates who could take on Trump // Brent D. Griffiths, Politico
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