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February 7, 2016
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Sad to see Martin O'Malley go... Great resume, accomplishments, presentation...not to mention young & hunky. Miss the didn't runs: E. Warren, Russ Feingold - folks who always has the right vote AT THE RIGHT TIME. Unacceptable: Hillary and the R's.
Featherstothewind, California

Middle class protection

November 13, 2015
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How will you protect and preserve middle class values?
Hazel Roslyn Feldman, New York

Clinton, Sanders dominate Democrats’ first go on the debate stage

Dan Balz, Anne Gearan | The Washington Post
October 14, 2015
Clinton and Sanders clashed Tuesday night in a spirited but largely civil debate that underscored competing approaches to helping the middle class and leading the country.

Five things to watch in tonight's Democratic debate

| Los Angeles Times
October 13, 2015
Who’s on stage? Will the lineup include Vice President Joe Biden? Debate sponsors were keeping a lectern warm for him just in case he decides to jump into the race in time for Tuesday night’s show.