Above all else, they should never ever take the risk of laying back in a campaign. They should never ever underestimate the power of the people again. For the good of the progressive movement, for the good of the US and for the good of the entire planet. They should never select Hillary Clinton to be the nominee for the next President of the United States. This does serve a fairly clear purpose: although there are only the two major political parties in the US, the beliefs and policies of both cover a huge amount of ground. You’ll have some who are on the far extremes, and represent those values, while others trend more towards a moderate center. In any given election, you can expect a different spectrum of values to be represented: the ones that resonate with the electorate are the ones likely to end up nominated. You need a broad field to have a sense of what your future Presidential administration might look like.
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Having lost in 2016, most of the Democrats know that the approach used by Hilary Clinton wasn’t sufficient to beat her opposition. Some of that was personality, some of that was circumstances (Comey’s announcement springs to mind), but a lot of it is about platform: some felt that Clinton represented ‘the establishment’, others felt she wasn’t liberal enough, and many didn’t feel that she would necessarily build on Obama’s legacy effectively enough. It’s clear that a broader field is needed this time, because that one wasn’t going to get the job done. More to the point, we’ve now had two years of what I think many in the Democratic Party would characterise as a disastrous Presidency. It’s clear that the US needs a very different voice in office – preferably a unifying one. There are clearly many who feel that they might fit the bill in this regard. Therefore we’ve got more candidates standing.