Would it be a disaster for Democrats if Bernie Sanders became the nominee?
Samuel Armstrong, head of communications at the Henry Jackson Society, says YES.
Successful Democratic campaigns have one thing in common: they focus on what matters to ordinary people. This rule’s famed champion, James Carville, delivered Bill Clinton’s victory in 1992. The motto “It’s the economy, stupid” won that election — what mattered to paycheques mattered to voters.
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