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Twenty-three. As of today, that is how many Democratic candidates are running for president in 2020.
The group includes senators, governors, mayors of big cities (and small), a Silicon Valley entrepreneur and, of course, the former vice president.
So, how can a candidate stand out in such a crowded field? How different are their messages? And is this a good or bad thing for the Democratic party?
- Josh Kraushaar Political editor, National Journal
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