Joe Biden speaks to the crowd at his rally for president in Pittsburgh on April 29, 2019.

Joe Biden speaks to the crowd at his rally for president in Pittsburgh on April 29, 2019.

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?

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  • Josh Kraushaar Political editor, National Journal

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