How to watch the 2020 presidential election and the next big thing

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The 2020 presidential campaign is officially here, and it’s a lot to keep track of.

Here are a few things to know about what to expect:Who is the 2020 Democratic presidential nominee?

Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state and the 2016 Democratic nominee, is running for re-election, while Bernie Sanders, a Vermont senator, is the front-runner for the party’s presidential nomination.

Both Sanders and Clinton are in the final weeks of their campaigns, but both are making strong calls to voters and making sure their campaigns are on the airwaves.

Both campaigns have spent millions on advertising.

Who is running?

A few key players have been in the spotlight this year: First is former Vice President Joe Biden, who is facing a Democratic primary challenge from former Maryland Gov.

Martin O’Malley, the front runner for the Democratic nomination.

Vice President Biden has been working to make inroads with black voters, which could be a big factor in his success in his bid for reëlection.

Second is former Secretary of State Tim Kaine, who served as governor of Virginia from 2005 to 2013 and was considered a likely Democratic presidential candidate.

His wife, Sen. Kamala Harris, also has an uphill battle against O’Brien.

Third is former President Joe Lieberman, who will make his third bid for president in 2020.

The former senator and secretary of defense is also the most recent Democratic nominee for president.

The only one of these two that is actually on the ballot is former Sen. Bernie Sanders.

The next two major candidates are former President Bill Clinton, who won the White House in 1992 and has been in office for over 30 years, and former Secretary and Vice President of the United States, Joe Biden.

Former President Biden is running against former Vice Presidential nominee Joe Lieberman for the position of Democratic president, and he has been doing all he can to make the race competitive.

In 2020, Biden and O’Bannon are competing for the Republican nomination.

The Democratic nominee is expected to be Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a Massachusetts Democrat who is running to become the first female senator.