The Case For Sanders

The thing is, electability can be quantified by data. In 75 out of 79 polls since 2016, Bernie Sanders beats Donald Trump in a head to head match-up. (General Election: Trump vs. Sanders, 2020) As recently as February 2020, 72% of Democratic Voters believe Senator Sanders would beat President Trump in the general election. (Moylor, 2020) In these same polling averages, no other candidate for the nomination can claim such a clear lead in voter opinion or hard-polling. Sanders also polls best with independent voters, who ultimately decide elections. (Hopkins, 2016) In short, Senator Bernard Sanders of Vermont has the strongest path to beating President Donald Trump in the general election.

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Bolton Is Out

Bolton Is Out, and That’s a Good Thing By Ted Beust  |  Our Voice Contributor And he’s outta here! Former National Security Advisor and Neocon extraordinaire, John Bolton, has been…

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One Person One Vote

One Person One Vote By Marcus Perriello  |  Our Voice Contributor The most common argument made among the Democratic voters is that, to coin a 2016 phrase, "A vote for…

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