- May 2014
Probably, but not necessarily in 1968. I don't know if RFK would have been able to overcome Humphrey's support among the Democratic super-delegates in 1968. However, if Nixon still wins in 1968, I could see RFK winning the US Presidency in 1976. He would have only been 51 years old in 1976 and if Watergate still occurs and Nixon is still forced to resign, the American public could still be hungry for change--and I think that the charismatic RFK could beat the largely unknown outsider Jimmy Carter in the 1976 Democratic presidential primaries.