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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders (R) delivers a statement while his wife Jane (L) listens after departing the West Wing of the White House following the meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama (not pictured) in Washington, U.S. June 9, 2016. REUTERS/Gary Cameron

Will A Little Bit More Of The Sanders Campaign Hurt Democrats?

Clinton, the Democratic National Committee, and a clean, cohesive electoral narrative would have all benefited from a Sanders withdrawal on Tuesday after losses in California and New Jersey. However, that doesn’t mean that extending his campaign another week until the D.C. primary, or even another month until the convention in Philadelphia, will hurt “party unity.” A few more Bernie rallies here and there may not be pretty, but he should be able to campaign until July without the establishment worrying about the possible effects.

June 10, 2016
Jim Webb

Webb Attacks Clinton With An Eye On Independent Campaign

When Jim Webb quit the Democratic presidential race on Oct. 20 with low poll numbers and a minimal debate presence, the former senator from Virginia left open the possibility he would return to run in in a different political guise.

December 29, 2015