Alexander Bolton at the Hill outlines five major weakness that the Democrats face in November. Well, besides the fact that they’re completely ignoring their constituents and demonizing anyone who questions them as Nazis and racists.
Democrats feel they have grabbed political momentum, but the party still faces several dangers that could wipe it out in November.
Democratic strategists and independent political experts identify roughly five stumbling blocks that the party must overcome to avert big losses: history, jobs and the economy, an apathetic base, ethics and anti-Washington sentiment.
Almost every Democratic strategist acknowledges the party will lose seats in Congress this fall. The question is whether the loss will be moderate or severe, or even enough to give Republicans control of the House.