The representative from the Democratic party, former Congressman Joe Sestak announced that withdraws from presidential race
The presidential race in the United States is just beginning to gain momentum, and some candidates have fallen by the wayside. Maybe it’s right – better to leave in the beginning of the race than be an outsider.
The representative from the Democratic party, former Congressman Joe Sestak announced that withdraws from the presidential race. About this he wrote on Twitter.
“Thank you for the precious opportunity!” – appealed to Americans former presidential candidate.
“I deeply appreciate the support many of you offered – whether it’s volunteering, financial donations or participation in events of our campaign,” wrote the appeal Sestak, explaining that egoc Campania did not receive adequate support in the media, and he sees more opportunity for himself to take part in the presidential race.
Presidential elections are scheduled for November 3, 2020. They may be elected as the 46th President of the United States (in the case that Donald trump will not be elected for a second term). According to the Second article of the US Constitution to elect the President of the United States of America a person must be a U.S. citizen by birth, not younger than 35, who has lived in the country at least 14 years.
Most often candidates are nominated from one of the political parties of the United States in the primaries – the Institute of the presidential primary election, the results of which sent delegates to a national party Convention, which must be defined by a single party candidate.