My guess listed here has been….
Here’s the NY Times look at possible candidate’s…
During an interview with NBC News last week, Mr. Biden proactively raised Senator Amy Klobuchar. Some close to Mr. Biden’s campaign have noted that he appears fond of Ms. Klobuchar, who endorsed him before Super Tuesday. He went on to win her home state, Minnesota, despite never having campaigned there this cycle, and he seemed visibly incredulous at his results watch party that evening when he noted the victory, a reflection of how unexpected it was.
“What an incredible woman,” Dr. Jill Biden, Mr. Biden’s wife, said of Ms. Klobuchar at a fund-raiser earlier this month.
While Ms. Klobuchar could be helpful in cementing Mr. Biden’s connections to the Midwestern battleground states in play this fall, she would struggle to excite many liberal voters — an area of weakness for Mr. Biden.
A significant unknown factor is what steps Mr. Biden might have to take to rally the full Democratic coalition and excite younger and more progressive voters, especially if his contest with Mr. Sanders drags on for months and leaves deep scars in his relationship with the left.
But it is clear that a number of his top supporters from across the ideological spectrum would like to see a black woman on the ticket.
“To look up and see a black woman on the biggest stage I think would say a lot about how much we value the most committed Democratic constituency,” said state Representative Malcolm Kenyatta, Democrat of Pennsylvania and a Biden surrogate.
Representative James E. Clyburn, the South Carolina Democrat who played an influential role in Mr. Biden’s decisive South Carolina comeback, also said in a recent interview with Axios on HBO that he preferred that Mr. Biden select an African-American woman.
“I hope he would be listening to James Clyburn on this,” said former Senator Barbara Boxer, Democrat of California.
Joe Biden’s possible Woman Vice President The day after she dropped out of the race, Mr. Biden said: “She can be the president one day herself. She can be the vice president.” A number of major donors who previously supported Ms. Harris went on to embrace Mr. Biden, and Ms. Harris rallied with him on the eve of the Michigan primary. He dealt a major blow to Mr. Sanders in that contest the next day…
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