Neoliberalism and the rationalization of corporate tyranny

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    missing_kskd
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    You already did.

    All that data gets rolled up, and more races will be run.

    Not all the campaigns were competetive. The reasons vary everywhere from voters not being receptive through basic poor decisions, lack of resources, and so forth.

    Next year, we have a caucus, better machinery, improved data / outreach orgs, funding. Media and ground game will improve as well. A lot of the campaigns needed better than they had.

    Wash, rinse repeat while making more and better issue positioning, advocacy and news happen.

    Not just Bernie any more. Great.

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    Andrew
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    Again – you HOPE you persuade more voters to support your economic agenda in the future. You have not done so yet. Elections are all that count, not hopes for the way people may vote someday.

    Come back to us after you’ve won some meaningful elections, and then maybe you’ll have something. Until then, it’s just talk.

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