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  • Maybe Trump can't win in 2020, but Democrats can lose

    Donald Trump probably can’t win the 2020 presidential election, but the Democrats can lose it. What I mean is that in a contest between Trump and a generic Democrat, Trump would almost surely lose if the current political climate holds through 2020. According to a Fox News poll released Wednesday,

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  • Can Sherrod Brown show Democrats how to win Ohio?

    On today's 2020 Vision, can newly re-elected Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown (D) provide Democrats with a message to win the key battleground state?

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  • Can the Democrats Really Win 2020 with a New Green Deal?

    "This is going to be the New Deal, the Great Society, the moon shot, the civil rights movement of our generation," declaimed Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D–N.Y.) at a "Solving Our Climate Crisis" townhall this week. She was referring to the idea of a Green New Deal, which Mother Jones describes as "a complete realignment of the U.S. economy for a carbon-free future." Not wanting for ambition, Ocasio-Cortez added this goal: "We can use the transition to 100 percent renewable energy as the...

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  • Florida Democrats wonder how they can win again after blue wave passes by

    After the recounts delivered the same results as election day, Democrats look to increase future turnout It took two weeks, several recounts, a cloud of controversy and the resignation of a long-serving elections supervisor – but ultimately the result was just the same as 6 November. Related: Democrat Bill Nelson concedes Florida Senate seat to Rick Scott Continue reading...

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  • How Democrats can turn up the heat on Trump — and win the battle of ideas

    Bold alternatives to Trumpism are urgently needed.

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  • Michael Moore has the key for the ways Democrats can keep winning in 2020

    Academy Award-winning filmmaker Michael Moore laid out a bold strategy for Democrats to continue the record-breaking turnout seen during the 2018 midterm elections. Moore joined guest-host Ali Velshi on MSNBC’s “The Last Word” to discuss the record turnout in the midterm elections. In 2018, more voters showed up than in any midterm, topping 1974 — the first midterm election after 26th Amendment to the United States Constitution lowered the voting age to 18. “Here’s the …

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  • There are still lots of Republican House seats Democrats can win in 2020. Here are our top targets

    On Tuesday, we published our initial list of vulnerable House Republicans we’re targeting in 2020 so Democrats can increase our newly won majority. These include super-tight races that weren’t decided until well after Election Day, like the battle in Georgia’s 7th; districts that were never really a focus this cycle but wound up with unexpectedly close results, like Missouri’s 2nd; and contests that never quite took off but where the fundamentals suggest a real opportunity, like in New York’s...

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