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2016 Postmortem

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Quixote1818

(29,144 posts)
Tue Jun 21, 2016, 07:58 PM Jun 2016

Warren, Kaine, Castro on Clinton running-mate short list. Who do you think she will pick? [View all]

According to this new article (link below) sources are now saying Hillary has it down to these three. I would put money on Castro. Would like to see Warren but don't want to lose that Senate seat. Could care less about Kaine.


Link to story: http://www.aol.com/article/2016/06/21/warren-kaine-castro-on-clinton-running-mate-short-list/21399401/


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Warren
9 (23%)
Kaine
11 (28%)
Castro
14 (36%)
Other - Please List
5 (13%)
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I prefer Warren but I suspect she picks Tim Kaine. DemocratSinceBirth Jun 2016 #1
Castro is about ready as Rubio would be. Propped up more by the media and institution than anything. TheBlackAdder Jun 2016 #12
Kaine is pro TPP, is against abortion personally (does not favour overturning Roe) but does AntiBank Jun 2016 #48
It won't be Cory Booker. Qutzupalotl Jun 2016 #2
Ha ha omg that's true auntpurl Jun 2016 #44
Nah, won't be Warren or Castro and shouldn't be. Kaine is the best in this group. RBInMaine Jun 2016 #3
Kaine is a terrible choice. Chan790 Jun 2016 #22
Gender balance? zenabby Jun 2016 #28
No one complained about "Gender Balance" with 44 Presidents and Vice Presidents. Agnosticsherbet Jun 2016 #35
Shouldn't complain and won't complain are 2 different things. Garrett78 Jun 2016 #38
Knuckle-draggers are either not ever voting for any woman OR Maru Kitteh Jun 2016 #43
It should never be an issue. Agnosticsherbet Jun 2016 #45
Likely it would be tim Kaine drray23 Jun 2016 #4
Wasn't Castro the Mayor of San Antonio... Deuce Jun 2016 #14
yes he was. drray23 Jun 2016 #16
Part-time or not, he got A LOT accomplished for the people of San Antonio that has 1 million people. BlueCaliDem Jun 2016 #33
I really like him, but he is a bit young...needs another elected position libdem4life Jun 2016 #36
Tom Perez. eom tarheelsunc Jun 2016 #5
Tom Perez would be good charlyvi Jun 2016 #6
Kaine seems to be a really good man, but Hortensis Jun 2016 #7
I'd go with Xavier Becerra, personally. Over 20 years in Congress and a pretty solid liberal record. BlueStater Jun 2016 #8
Me too. Evergreen Emerald Jun 2016 #10
Is Becerra's district safe for democrats? Deuce Jun 2016 #15
Other -Xavier Becerra lunamagica Jun 2016 #9
I'm in for Castro might make the repukes have to spend money in TX gopiscrap Jun 2016 #11
It was always going to be Tim Kaine. bunnies Jun 2016 #13
+1 Hiraeth Jun 2016 #30
I'm going to presume to speak for some fellow Texans here, okasha Jun 2016 #17
Castro is an empty suit and an obvious pandering choice. BlueStater Jun 2016 #32
He's a pragmatic choice. okasha Jun 2016 #46
kaine is a very boring pick. i hope its not him La Lioness Priyanka Jun 2016 #18
No idea, but Kaine seems completely worthless. Lord Magus Jun 2016 #19
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx EffieBlack Jun 2016 #20
Kaine is "safest" so I'd bet on him Orangepeel Jun 2016 #21
I wad thinking same thing. DCBob Jun 2016 #26
According to the AP from unnamed sources, so I'm not buying it just yet. L. Coyote Jun 2016 #23
Good point. nt Quixote1818 Jun 2016 #25
+1 uponit7771 Jun 2016 #27
My top pick is Sheldon Whitehouse. HarmonyRockets Jun 2016 #24
X marks the spot - the VP slot. Xavier Becerra for VP. Metric System Jun 2016 #29
May end up decided by 'chemistry.' elleng Jun 2016 #31
I heard Castro does not speak Spanish. Not that it matters but it may matter to some Latinos. Anyway demosincebirth Jun 2016 #34
On probably lesser known elements of his background, libdem4life Jun 2016 #37
Perez Mz Pip Jun 2016 #39
My vote goes to Kaine! But I'm a big fan of keychains. DisgustipatedinCA Jun 2016 #40
Why did you mention keychains? NT Eric J in MN Jun 2016 #47
I am betting on Warren. AgadorSparticus Jun 2016 #41
If it's one of those three, I think Kaine would be the best choice Rochester Jun 2016 #42
What do we know about Castro? What's his stance on abortion? B Calm Jun 2016 #49
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