The 2024 Presidential Race Begins To Take Shape : The NPR Politics Podcast While voters and pundits alike wait to see which candidates will declare presidential runs, potential candidates on the Republican side are trying to distance themselves from former president Donald Trump. Many Democrats, meanwhile, remain skeptical of President Biden's chances in 2024 & wonder if he should not seek a second term.

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The 2024 Presidential Race Begins To Take Shape

The 2024 Presidential Race Begins To Take Shape

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COLUMBUS, OH - APRIL 26: Voters arrives to cast their ballots early for the May 3 Primary Election at the Franklin County Board of Elections polling location on April 26, 2022 in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images) Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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While voters and pundits alike wait to see which candidates will declare presidential runs, potential candidates on the Republican side are trying to distance themselves from former president Donald Trump. Many Democrats, meanwhile, remain skeptical of President Biden's chances in 2024 & wonder if he should not seek a second term.

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