FiveThirtyEight’s data-driven algorithm puts candidates at the top of every list.
The results are not perfect, but they’re a snapshot of the electorate.
The algorithm doesn’t have a clear position on candidates, but it has a clear philosophy: It is for anyone who cares about the election.
If it doesn’t include someone, it’s for everyone.
That means it’s not a “candidate predictor,” which is a subjective measure.
It’s a ranking system, with a clear purpose: to predict who will win the election by giving the electorate a better idea of who is most likely to win.
As a result, the algorithm can be used to forecast the presidential race and its candidates.
In our live election preview, we took a look at the five presidential candidates who are in the running to be the next president of the United States: Bernie Sanders, Martin O’Malley, Hillary Clinton, and Donald Trump.
The first candidate who has a shot at winning the election is Sanders.
Sanders has a lot to prove to the American people.
He’s a senator from Vermont, the former secretary of state, and the first person ever elected to the U.S. Senate to be female.
He is the longest-serving independent in the history of the Senate, and he is the first socialist elected to a major party.
He was endorsed by both the left and the right.
He’s also the longest serving female president of any major party in history.
He has been on the ballot in a total of 23 states, representing every state in the country, from Vermont to New York to California.
Sanders has won more than 1.2 million votes, the most of any candidate in history, according to the nonpartisan Cook Political Report.
Sanders is the only candidate in the 2016 field to have won at least 20 percent of the popular vote, and all five of the other candidates have at least 25 percent of their votes come from less-than-ideal states.
Sanders won all 50 states, including New York, and nearly every major urban area in the United Kingdom, according a report by the Pew Research Center.
Sanders led Clinton in every major national poll, and both candidates have strong support from younger voters.
Sanders may not have a chance of winning, but his supporters and his supporters in the Democratic Party and beyond are very excited about his chances.
If the Democratic party can find a way to win in 2020, it will be the best political outcome in the party’s history.
We’ll be watching closely to see what happens in 2020.
The Democratic party needs to be able to take the fight to Donald Trump and win, because he’s not just an extreme right-winger, he’s a racist, sexist, and xenophobic demagogue who is trying to do something no one else has done before.
The Democrats should be proud of their progress.
If Sanders is the nominee, the Democratic ticket will need to win over the progressive wing of the party, which includes people like Elizabeth Warren, Sherrod Brown, and Kamala Harris.
If that happens, they will be able, in part, to keep the progressive wings of the Democratic coalition at bay.
If not, they could become more of a liability.
There’s a lot at stake in 2020 and beyond.
The next president will have to decide whether the U and the world will have the security we need, or the security that Trump and the GOP want to deny.
We are living in the most consequential election in American history, and we have to make sure that it doesn and will be about making sure the country remains secure.