[T]he American political process has become one giant political campaign after another.
Electability. All members of the growing band of Democrats seeking their party's 2020 presidential nomination need it. It's an essential question: Can they beat Donald Trump?
[R]e-election for a U.S. president is by no means easy or guaranteed.
The goal is to find an answer to social injustice and recognize our interdependence.
[T]he working class no longer considers the Democratic Party as its home.
Preparations for elections that will see the current president battle hostile elements within his own party ... will last for at least a year.
[I]t is in the Republicans' interest to distance themselves from the loose cannon in the White House during the next two years.
But without policies it all becomes about image, character and campaign skills.