OPINION: California’s Object Lessons for Democrats
After faring poorly in the most recent election, national Democrats should examine their party’s actions in California as examples of why Democrats are losing support, writes Ron Ross in the American Spectator. Ross says Democrats have focused on issues that are priorities for members of their elite, including bans on plastic bags, sugary drinks, GMO’s and fracking but which do not resonate broadly. An outsized focus on such issues has cost Democrats support among voters who are more interested in practical solutions that improve people’s quality of life.
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