A raucous rally in a South Bronx park was, said many in the crowd, the first time in a long time that the city’s poorest borough has felt its political voice mattered in a presidential race.
The roster of delegates for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is a who’s-who of office-holders and party elders. The lineup for Sen. Bernie Sanders? Eh, not so much.
That guy standing next to Hillary Clinton didn’t get to talk much, but did manage to convey that he places a high priority on urban policy—an oddity for a presidential contender.
In the bluest county of one of the bluest states, and in Hillary Clinton’s political backyard, what does campaign 2016 look like?
White progressives, it’s OK to be offended by BlackLivesMatter activists drowning out Bernie Sanders in Seattle. But only if you get over it really fast.