We stop between "Okay we will run progressives" and "Sorry, they're really not Democrats".
How? By supporting each other. We have just as much right to identify as Democrats as they do. We also have a right to remain independent if we want, or go third party. It is the candidates job to inspire, not the voter's.
I choose to run as a Democrat, because this is how our system works. I believe in order to succeed we must reform the party. To those who choose another path, I respect you, and I will support your efforts.
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