Wall Street Journal Opinion | 11/7/18
Both parties end this midterm with big problems to work on. For Democrats, left-wing policy nostrums not only cost them winnable races but also hardened feelings among middle-class voters that today’s Democratic Party—of Bernie, Elizabeth and Alexandria—isn’t for them. Similarly, Republican complacency about defections among college-educated suburbanites, particularly women, and independents’ first-in-a-decade decision not to vote Republican in a midterm could consign the GOP to a long period in the political wilderness if it isn’t careful.
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