Democrats are fundamentally divided into two camps over a wide range of issues, with some of Bernie Sanders’ supporters threatening to boycott the November election. Perhaps a genuine power-sharing relationship might be a necessity to bring Sanders’ followers to the polls to vote for Hillary Clinton, if she becomes the Democrat’s nominee.
Democrats are fundamentally divided into two camps over a wide range of issues, with some of Bernie Sanders’ supporters threatening to boycott the November election. Perhaps a genuine power-sharing relationship might be a necessity to bring Sanders’ followers to the polls to vote for Hillary Clinton, if she becomes the Democrat’s nominee. Seth Wenig Associated Press
Democrats are fundamentally divided into two camps over a wide range of issues, with some of Bernie Sanders’ supporters threatening to boycott the November election. Perhaps a genuine power-sharing relationship might be a necessity to bring Sanders’ followers to the polls to vote for Hillary Clinton, if she becomes the Democrat’s nominee. Seth Wenig Associated Press

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Democrats need power-sharing agreement to defeat Trump

April 29, 2016 5:30 AM

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