Okay, I'm going to be honest here for a second. I still think that Sanders and Clinton are leaps and bounds above the vast majority of the Republican field. I do wish, though, that a democratic governor would run. It seems to me as though the most relevant experience to being President would be serving in an elected executive political office. Running a business has nothing to do with government, in my opinion. And while I'd rather have an experienced Senator or Congressperson over an inexperienced one, I'd still rather see a governor in that role. I might even take a closer look at Kasich if he manages to survive Trump, Rubio, and Cruz.
That is one of the few places where I feel personally a little better about Hillary than Bernie. She at least has some experience in the executive branch; whether or not it was successful experience of course will be the sticking point for much of the electorate. I'm not taking sides there, just stating the obvious fact that Republicans are going to have a field day trying to tear down her record as Secretary of State.
Just realized this is just a big ramble. It just deals with what "experience" means in the context of a presidential race.