Clinton and Trump are expected to have a good debate, but there’s a chance the two will lose and both candidates will win the nomination.
Weighing the options: The two candidates who could be the first to be nominated for the Democratic nomination, Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State John Kerry, are both popular with the American public and are well-liked by Democrats.
Sanders and Kerry both have an excellent chance of winning the Democratic primary.
Clinton and Sanders would both need to win more than 75% of the remaining delegates to win the Democratic presidential nomination.
The other two Democratic candidates are former Maryland Gov.
Martin O’Malley and former Rhode Island Gov.
O’Donnell and Chafees are also well-known in the Democratic Party, but they are not well-established as potential candidates.
A Clinton victory could be seen as a major boost to her campaign.
She would have a stronger position on the Supreme Court, which could make her a strong rival for President Donald Trump in the 2020 election.
A Clinton win could also mean that Trump could be forced to step down in 2020 if the Democratic nominee is unable to clinch the nomination before then.
The Democratic primary contest will take place on April 26, 2020, the day after the presidential election.
The next Democratic presidential primary will be held in 2020 on June 7, 2020.