In two weeks, the Democratic presidential school will gather in Atlanta for its next debate. As required to put the Ratchet up and time until the Iowa caucuses shrink, the candidate will sharpen their appeal – and their attacks.
The pair to watch, Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, share many traits. Both are New England-based progressives, the company’s candid opponents of power and wealth, and sincere candidates believe that the government can and should play a greater role in American life.
In the words of politics, they occupy the same “lane.” Sooner than later, their path must pass, and when they do, the result will be decided. Recent surveys showed sharing their general support from 30%-40%. In a large field, it is a huge great of voters gathered around two similar candidates lying.
How they come about distinguish themselves will rely less on policy and more politically and individualized.
Bernie Sanders has been through this before. Four years ago, he ran a sudden powerful campaign and almost left a Titan of American politics. As this year comes to a close, the Sanders of the growing crowd, his vote has stabilised, and he moves from a message based on anger to one Unity and cooperation.
Elizabeth Warren is a human movement with a high professional activity. Voters appear to be rewarded by themselves for it. Her crowd, too, has swollen up, and her supporters appear as thermogenic…