Strategist: Crowded Democratic primary field favors big names
3 days ago - By Boston Herald
The Democratic primary field will be full of dreams, but expect the names you've heard a lot already to be the same names that top the group as the election cycle wears on, one strategist said.
What's widely expected to be a crowded primary to take on President Trump in 2020 has started to attract more and more names, though it's been mostly long shot candidates, such as Hawaii U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard and former Housing Secretary Julian Castro, both announcing late last week. Little-known U.S. Reps. Eric Swalwell and John Delaney already have declared runs, as well.
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