Charles Chamberlain

Democracy for America

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Charles Chamberlain is Executive Director of Democracy for America.

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Despite winning a majority of the popular vote, the Democrats lost the presidency in the Electoral College. But that's not all.

Democrats searching for the soul of their party

Despite winning a majority of the popular vote, the Democrats lost the presidency in the Electoral College. But that's not all.

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