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Why Cities Love
Tim Kaine

THE ATLANTIC | 7.27.2016

The Democratic vice-presidential candidate built a career around winning urban and suburban voters. Could this be what Hillary Clinton needs to offset Donald Trumpʼs rural support?

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Why Democrats Should Dump ‘Free College’

WASHINGTON MONTHLY | 9.12.2017

Free college is not so much a populist idea as an elitist one.

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How Democrats Defeated Themselves

ZEIT ONLINE | 11.25.2016

The white working class in America is worried about change and afraid of economic decline. The Democrats further stoked those fears.


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Democrats Need to Focus on Growth

THE HILL | 11.4.2014

Democrats are not talking about their economic successes, so they should not be surprised when voters don’t give them credit for our improving economy.

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Rising U.S. Economy Could Help Democrats Stave Off Election Loss

REUTERS | 5.12.2014

Here’s a riddle: Many Republicans deny it’s happening. Some Democrats don’t want to talk about it. What is it?

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House Democratic PAC launches research campaign on working-class white voters

POLITICO | 6.29.2017

The goal of the project is to inject new ideas into the Democratic Party’s policy conversation and try to spread them ahead of next year’s election.


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Do Polls Lie About Race?

THE NEW YORK TIMES | 10.11. 2008

THREE weeks to Election Day and polls project a victory, possibly a big one, for Barack Obama.

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Democrats See Chance to Win Back Working Class Whites

WASHINGTON BUREAU | JULY 28, 2017

New internal Democratic data shows the party’s House candidates can win back the white working-class voters who strongly supported President Donald Trump last year.

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Democrats strategize path to relevance with working-class whites

POLITICO | 7.28.2017

Democrats are not talking about their economic successes, so they should not be surprised when voters don’t give them credit for our improving economy.