Vul­ner­a­ble Biden faces death by a thou­sand cuts of third-par­ty can­di­dates

Pres­i­dent Joe Biden’s path to reelec­tion is fac­ing addi­tion­al speed bumps in the form of numer­ous third-par­ty chal­lengers.
Elec­tion experts and polit­i­cal oper­a­tives tell the Wash­ing­ton Exam­in­er that while the like­li­hood of any third-par­ty can­di­date win­ning the pres­i­den­cy remains high­ly improb­a­ble, there’s a very real chance their pres­ence on gen­er­al elec­tion bal­lots pulls enough votes away from Biden to secure a sec­ond term in office for for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump.
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As of Mon­day, the pres­i­dent is fac­ing two out­right chal­lenges from pro­gres­sives. Cor­nel West announced in Octo­ber his deci­sion to run as an inde­pen­dent. West­’s dis­tanc­ing from the Green Par­ty, under which he had pre­vi­ous­ly cam­paigned, opened the door for Jill Stein to announce her own Green Par­ty bid this past Thurs­day.
Fur­ther­more, mul­ti­ple polls show Robert F. Kennedy Jr. earn­ing around 20% sup­port in a hy …