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Sanders   -3 (3.3%)
Franken   -1 (1.1%)
Brown   -5 (5.6%)
Biden   -13 (14.4%)
Klobuchar   -17 (18.9%)
Booker   -18 (20%)
Harris   -5 (5.6%)
Bullock   -3 (3.3%)
Gillibrand   -21 (23.3%)
Warren   -0 (0%)
Castro   -4 (4.4%)
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Total Voters: 90

Author Topic: Who is the most 'generic D' candidate?  (Read 1082 times)
RINO Tom
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« on: June 20, 2017, 12:57:26 pm »

Andrew Cuomo and Cory Booker are about as "generic D" as Charlie Baker and Brian Sandoval are "generic R."
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« Reply #1 on: June 21, 2017, 05:11:12 pm »

Booker and Gillibrand are both the closest to the center of the party ideologically, but have demographic considerations that make them not very "generic".

Voted Gillibrand.

I'd like to hear a few of the 50% of Democrats who are to the right of Cory Booker economically, LOL.  Seriously, I know the "neoliberal Democratic Party that abandoned working Americans and now Trump is populist and muh realignment" is gospel here, but GMAFB.
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