Welp, we finally got a debate with some actual debating instead of the soundbite snoozefests that have become the norm in campaign 2020.
The latest, and mercifully the last, Democratic Debate for 2019 is in the books. Let’s talk about it.
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There were not any huge fireworks from this one, so the fair question to ask outside the breakdown is, “Is anything going to be different tomorrow?”
An evening with Pete Buttigieg.
I hope the future of the Democratic party looks more like this than like a nicer, kinder rehash of Trump’s broken agenda.
Smells like 2020 presidential primary politics in here.
There has to be an underdog to the story, whether he wins or not, and Mayor Pete Buttigieg checks a lot of those boxes.
Your Ordinary World for 8Apr19 feature links to great writing and viewpoints to read, share & discuss.
Let’s check in on the (mostly) running candidates for the Democratic Nomination in 2020