In advance of the Iowa caucuses, the endorsements are rolling in. One of the most coveted has long been from the New York Times. This year the newspaper remarks, “In a break with convention, the editorial board has chosen to endorse two separate Democratic candidates for president.”
If there were ever a time to be open to new ideas, it is now. If there were ever a time to seek stability, now is it.
That’s why we’re endorsing the most effective advocates for each approach. They are Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar.
On Klobuchar, the NYT writes:
Klobuchar has emerged as a standard-bearer for the Democratic center. Her vision goes beyond the incremental. Given the polarization in Washington and beyond, the best chance to enact many progressive plans could be under a Klobuchar administration.
And for Warren, the newspaper opines that “Warren has emerged as a standard-bearer for the Democratic left.”
“She is also committed to reforming the fundamental structures of government and the economy.”
“Her campaign’s plans, in general, demonstrate a serious approach to policymaking that some of the other candidates lack.”