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The Governor afraid of down-ballot impact of 2020 candidates “far-left Position: “It makes people afraid’

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Democratic governors are alarmed that the left positions of the party’s 2020 presidential candidates damage the election chances of down-ballot candidates.

The warning comes as Democrats run for President to the full extent with many of the positions – including universal health care, and decriminalization of illegal immigration have been adopted that would have put them on the edges of the party in the last election cycle.

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“I don’t think that’s a good policy or a good policy,” Rhode Island Gov., Gina Raimondo, who leads the democratic Governors Association, told the New York Times.

“I don’t think it’s a good policy or a good policy.”

— Rhode Island Gov., Gina Raimondo

Democratic Rhode Island Gov., Gina Raimondo, and her son, Thompson. (Associated Press)

“I think it scares people,” said New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham about the party swinging too far to the left.

One of the most volatile issues likely to be Democrats cost politically, the universal health care system is, the end of the private insurance companies.

New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham. (Associated Press)

While the progressive activists have Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, the said for the preference of private insurance in addition to the single-payer health care system, the governors of jubilation, the times the position is only hand more ammunition for the Republicans in a General election.

The simple fact that you say: Many voters are uneasy about the loss of their private insurance.

“I don’t think the feed is a good idea,” Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, Michigan, told the newspaper.

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Democratic governors criticize in addition, the increasing similarity between the candidate and the existence of a progressive litmus test, as the candidates try to remain competitive in the 2020 race.

“We can not said to the party of the checklist,” the Rhode Island Governor, to urge the promotion of candidates, attempts to commit, to trendy is.

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The litmus-test issues such as climate change, have lead to a number of 2020 Democrats, sign up for the Green New Deal, the pet proposal of the media favorite Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, aims to achieve a radical transformation of the economy, zero greenhouse gas emissions.

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The leading presidential candidate, Joe Biden, was in the meantime, faced criticism for not fully universal health care and ObamaCare instead, the issuance of a policy similar to that, while the first reports, the change of its climate plan, encountered fierce resistance in the case of progressives for trying to find a middle ground.

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