For the Democratic gubernatorial candidates, given the considerable diversity of their much larger primary electorate, that also means finalizing strategies aimed at winning over voters who hold competing preferences, ideologies and expectations on issue positions. Most candidates have offered broad policy platforms on everything from educational equity to climate change to addressing social justice issues. Some among them are innovative and have the potential to make life better for many residents.
But even if these proposals are celebrated among Democratic primary voters, they might not create a path to a general-election victory. In fact, some Democratic insiders continue to view the past two ele
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