Facing an increasingly hostile political landscape, Democrats are turning an old adage upside down; asking voters to believe what the candidates say, not what they do. In districts across the country, Democrats are campaigning on tax cuts, balanced budgets and rolling back harmful regulations. This pivot away from the national Democrat party isn’t just on fiscal issues. With more conservative positions on guns, fracking and coal, for example, Democrat candidates, effectively, are practically carving out their own third party. Last year, Texas state Sen. Wendy Davis filibustered her way into liberal, feminist rock-stardom with an 11-hour stand against legislation restricting some forms of late-term abortion. She leveraged the national spotlight into a run for Governor in the Lone Star State. That election will be decided by voters in places like Laredo, though, not San Francisco. On the campaign trail, Sen. Davis has claimed that she is pro-life and does, in fact, support restrictions on late-term abortions. In West Virginia, Democrat Senate candidate Natalie Tennant is struggling to separate herself from the Obama Administration and its severe regulations on coal mining, an important economic sector in the state. In a bizarre campaign ad, she “cuts power” to the White House. Four
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