Jaime Harrison, associate chairman of the Democratic National Committee, is working on developing the party’s strategy for winning back red states and rural districts.
Jaime Harrison, associate chairman of the Democratic National Committee, is working on developing the party’s strategy for winning back red states and rural districts. David Zalubowski AP
Jaime Harrison, associate chairman of the Democratic National Committee, is working on developing the party’s strategy for winning back red states and rural districts. David Zalubowski AP

Jaime Harrison knows how Democrats can win elections. Are Democrats listening?

November 07, 2017 05:00 AM

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