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The Obama of those earlier campaigns would have been unelectable in the 2016 primary.
Opposition chief Jeremy Corbyn, an avowed socialist once derided as the man who would make Labour unelectable for a generation, was invited to be a featured speaker at the annual conference of the Confederation for British Industry next month.
With the Party of Reagan suffering an identity crisis, Democratic strategists are reportedly considering a reboot of the strategy that won Claire McCaskill re-election in 2012: actively helping to get unelectable fringe candidates nominated.
Not so long ago, the far-left maverick was dismissed as utterly unelectable — in ways even more emphatic than Donald Trump in the primary season.
Thus, Democrats must assemble coalitions to win, and some measures that would please its far left would make candidates in flyover country unelectable.
Corbyn, the subject of a ferocious assault from Britain’s right-wing tabloid press, was widely deemed unelectable.
Corbyn has been dubbed unelectable and faced considerable opposition from his own party, but his radical chic and pro-spending policies have won over considerable numbers of younger voters.
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