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Six Long Weeks

Jul 31, 2020
If it seems like we’re out of practice waiting for primary returns, we are. It’s been six weeks since the last Democratic contest — in Mississippi.
The clever team at the NBC News political unit nicely summed upall that’s happened since then:
Geraldine Ferraro’s comments, the Wright controversy, Obama’s speech on race, Bosnia sniper fire, the Clintons’ tax records, Mark Penn’s ouster, Bittergate, and the debate over the debate.
As NDN’s Simon Rosenberg told me, despite all that drama, the basics of the contest haven’t changed too much. “Sen. Clinton has done everything she can to alter the dynamics of the race, and everything she has done has failed.”
But surely the results won’t be what they were in Mississippi. There, Obama won 61-37.
Hajra Shannon

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