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Hillary Clinton's not the only Democratic comeback candidate on the 2016 ticket. Senate Democrats are betting on the past to rebuild their party for the future.
An acerbic Florida congressman could blow up the party's best-laid plans.
By running to President Obama's left on immigration, she's hoping to re-create the coalition that brought him to the White House. It's a risky bet.
Republicans have become a more blue-collar, populist party. That should give the former Arkansas governor a chance to make his mark in the presidential campaign.
Party strategists think opposing free-trade deals can demonstrate Democratic candidates' independence from President Obama while winning over working-class voters.
Good-government reformers hate the influx of money into the presidential campaign, but It's actually making it easier for more candidates to compete.
Walker, Jindal, and Christie are all discovering the perils of wandering far from home in search of higher office.