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By Al Giordano
It was the longest day yet in a long political year: Eleven hours of impeachment hearings and then a Democratic presidential debate that lasted another 15 minutes beyond its scheduled two hours. Did anything said or done there in Atlanta change voter preferences? Let’s find out how the grassroots volunteers, small donors, skilled organizers and Democratic opinion leaders who are our subscribers measure the contest today.
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For this month’s poll we’ve included the ten candidates who qualified for the November 20 debate, Julian Castro (who is still working to get onto the December 19 debate stage in Los Angeles), plus new entries Deval Patrick and Michael Bloomberg, and options for “someone else” and “I have no preference yet.” The candidates are listed in alphabetical order by last name.
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