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An unusual attack on a pro-labor candidate is all about Medicare for All. Read more

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Bernie’s authentic; Amy’s empathetic; Mayor Pete’s synthetic; Old Joe’s pathetic. I got no rhyme for Warren (or optimism for her prospects) but admiration nonetheless. Read more

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Buttigieg settles on deficit hawkery as a closing argument in New Hampshire. It’s hard to think of a school of political thought with less credibility and less popularity. Read more

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Why this former two-term Massachusetts governor is running for president is anyone’s guess. Read more

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Unfortunately, the ‘most important Democratic debate so far’ really doesn’t change much. Read more

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And while Democratic hopefuls have swarmed the state, three-quarters of Democratic voters don’t know whom they’ll support. Read more

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Where second-tier presidential candidates talk bipartisanship while not really agreeing with each other on much of anything Read more

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Convention-goers lock in their support, and Joe Biden gets mostly locked out. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

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The promise and pitfalls of community-centered campaigns Read more

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Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren organizers have already begun canvassing in New Hampshire, eight months before polls open. Read more

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New Hampshire delayed its Medicaid work requirement deadline, as it seemed that more than two-thirds of recipients’ health coverage would be jeopardized. Read more

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