Presidential primary ballots won’t be cast for many months and the identity of the Democratic nominee likely won’t be clear for more than a year. But it’s not too early for us to dissect the issues that will drive the debates, assess the field of candidates, consider the possibility of an independent challenger and speculate about Donald Trump’s chances of winning a second term in the White House.
Michael Medved, Radio show host and author
Christopher Parker, University of Washington Professor of Political Science
Chris Vance, Co-chair of a political action committee, Washington Independents
Sharon Mast, Secretary, Western States Caucus of the Democratic National Committee
Moderated by Crosscut's Knute Berger
The Challengers: The issues, strategies, candidates and outlook on the Democractic side of the aisle
The Incumbent: Predicting campaign tactics and strategy from the president, plus the prospect of a dark horse challenge
Bipartisan Q&A session
Social time to discuss your thoughts and opinions with other event attendees
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