Thu, 5 September 2019
The rush to qualify for the upcoming third round of the Democratic Presidential debates raises a lot of questions. How much should be enough to qualify. How many are too many when it comes to candidates taking part in a single debate. 10? We’ve done 10? 11? 12? Or does that mandate a pair of 6’s? And how could a co-called national poll of 298 people carry so much weight? John Nichols of The Nation helps sort out the story.