New polling suggests that former President Trump is leading President Biden in key swing states, prompting frustration among some voters.
A Democrat from Pennsylvania, Jahmiel Jackson, expressed concerns about the impact of the Biden presidency on his family, particularly regarding economic issues such as rising gas prices and food affordability.
Jackson, who previously voted for Biden, now leans towards Trump due to a perceived lack of accountability in the current administration. (Trending: Meet The Ultra Rich Megadonors Behind Democrats)
He suggests a split ticket of a Democrat president and a Republican vice president as a way to demonstrate unity and facilitate change.
“We have something that’s changing during the Biden presidency, and it’s creeping into my family, and it’s creating an atmosphere of stress,” he said.
“I think it’s only for so long that we can just say, ‘Back the party, just be Democrats and vote for whoever they tell us to,’ when our wallets, when our streets, when our family condition is speaking even louder to ourselves.”
“My mother realized, she said, ‘I’m having trouble even keeping one of those refrigerators full.’ She even said, ‘The gas station around the corner… it’s $4 [per gallon] and it’s not going down. So, even through those little conversations, politics slowly entered my family.”
“I also think the best way to win 2024 is a split ticket of Democrat maybe as a president and a Republican as a vice president. I think it’s time for us, the candidates, to show that they’re actually serious about unity, not just in name only, but on the ticket as well.”
The upcoming 2024 election remains uncertain in several swing states, with Trump leading in most, despite Biden’s 2020 victories in these states.
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