Recent public polls have sent clear warning signals to the Democratic Party: An ambitious progressive agenda could strain the coalition that won Democrats the House in 2018, writes
I don't think I've said this yet on this here website, so I'll say it now: 's work is a must-read from now until November 3, 2020
"Well-educated suburban voters are cross-pressured between their personal 'reticence' about Trump and their satisfaction with the economy. Adding a historically ambitious liberal agenda to the scales could tip them toward Trump for a second term"
Two more pieces today on the battle for the House: . with a fairly bullish outlook for Ds ., on how the progressives' ascendance threatens the Dem hold on power:
"The voters who flipped the House aren’t uniformly on board with an ambitious progressive agenda," writes
Recent public polls have sent clear warning signals to the Democratic Party: An ambitious progressive agenda could strain the coalition that won Democrats the House in 2018, writes