Is Joe Biden's campaign over? | The Tylt

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Is Joe Biden's campaign over?
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Former Vice President Joe Biden's campaign to become President is floundering. And our team found little of Biden's presence at the Iowa caucuses. In fact, Biden took what he called a "gut punch" in Iowa, then left New Hampshire early to go to South Carolina to campaign. Despite being the odds-on favorite, Biden has been unable to gain much traction with voters—although results in Iowa and New Hampshire do not necessarily translate to winning overall. Biden's campaign is charging onward despite the setbacks. It's still early in the race. What do you think?

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Biden, who should have been the moderate favorite, has been undermined by the presence of so many moderate candidates. Between Michael Bloomberg, Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg, centrist voters have a lot of people to choose from. 

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However, some pundits argue Joe Biden's strength is his connection to the Black community in America. With South Carolina coming up, he still has a lot of room to maneuver. Iowa and New Hampshire do not determine the primary necessarily. 

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Iowa and New Hampshire do not actually reflect the electorate as a whole. Joe Biden continues to perform strongly in national polls despite a weak start. 

FINAL RESULTS
Politics
Is Joe Biden's campaign over?
A festive crown for the winner
#JoeBidenIsOver
#StandWithJoeBiden