Democratic Party leaders fear that having Bernie Sanders as the nominee will decimate progressive candidates down the ballot – and leave Republicans in control of the House, and state capitals, for another decade or two.
Democratic Party leaders fear that having Bernie Sanders as the nominee will decimate progressive candidates down the ballot – and leave Republicans in control of the House, and state capitals, for another decade or two. Evan Vucci The Associated Press
Democratic Party leaders fear that having Bernie Sanders as the nominee will decimate progressive candidates down the ballot – and leave Republicans in control of the House, and state capitals, for another decade or two. Evan Vucci The Associated Press

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February 20, 2016 9:01 AM

Dana Milbank: Why the Democratic establishment fears Bernie Sanders

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