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100% of Republicans will vote for their parties candidate. Most Democrats will vote for their candidate but as seen in '16 there are factions who will follow their candidate to the end by not voting or voting in a manner that has ulterior motives (third party throwing their votes into the dumpster).
The Democratic party is shell shocked by an extremely loud and unconventional reality television guy who's anything but predictable.
We're not him is a weak and pathetic approach. This party failed us in '16 and I am not sure that they won't fail us again in 14 months.
We know that Republicans would walk to the polls in horrendous weather and they would vote. Democrats have 50% of the base who are the same. It's the other 50% who are easily distracted or disinterested who would put the final nail in the coffin. We need all Dems to vote and we need many many new voters to register and follow through by actually voting.
It doesn't matter if Dems have "the most votes". That means nothing. Let's try (there's time left) to reach out to the 40 states who aren't the 10 largest. Perhaps there's common ground to discuss. Our '16 game plan was bad as evidenced by #45 seating 2 Scotus members. Fail again Mr. Perez. It's nothing that the "next generation" can't address. We must win this election because disadvantaged Americans need real healthcare and clean air and water. Our children and grandchildren need schools where death isn't allowable because the Red party was more concerned with contributions than safety.
Many would be happy if we gave 5% more effort in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania. I say, is that all you have got ? Slightly better is not good enough. Lives and well being are on the line.