January 30, 2020
Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey, who most people know for his sassy Twitter comebacks and his brutal interrogation of Brett Kavanaugh, hasn’t been very memorable in the race so far. Voters see him as friendly, casual and charming, but he’s desperately in need of a standout moment or a policy that will set him apart from the other candidates. Instead of making a name for himself, he’s been wasting his quite limited speaking time during debates, preaching “party unity” and talking about his past as the mayor of Newark. Overall, that makes him somewhat of a forgettable candidate in the crowded field.