Democratic Party at Weakest Point Since 1938 and New Leaders are Required

November 14, 2016 Lauren Victoria Burke

In Desperate Need of a New Playbook. Voters have delivered plenty of clues and hints to the Democratic Party that they weren’t happy. In 2010, Democrats lost 63 seats in the U.S. House — the worst loss for a party since 1938.  In 2014, voters sent another message with the lowest turnout in 72 years. Now voters

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