Support From Former Supporters:
After nearly two decades building relationships with a generation of Democrats, Mrs. Clinton has recently suffered a steady erosion of support for her presidential campaign from the party stalwarts that once formed the basis of her perceived juggernaut of 'inevitability.'
Some of it is just business, practical politicians putting aside ties to the Clintons to follow the will of the voters in their states or making a calculation about who seems best positioned to win.[...]
But there is something more wrenching at work as well, a reckoning of whether the Clintons, on balance, have been good or bad for the party. It has the feel of a very personal testing of loyalties to a former president who once always seemed to be adding to the 'Friends of Bill' list, and to a sitting senator who, if not so driven as her husband to win over everyone, used her fame to help elect other Democrats."
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The Pennsylvania Democratic debate in 1 minute
Wednesday night, Philadelphia was home to the 467th Democratic debate of this election year. Didn't see it? Heard it was boring, predictable, irrelevant? Not to worry. We've boiled the entire thing down to show you everything you need to know about the debate in just sixty seconds: