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Just three broads talking politics Ep 178

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In this episode, we talked about:

  • How Kelly and Soph met, and started their podcast, Two Broads Talking Politics
  • Their take on the debates that have happened so far and what they think of the candidates; there are so many candidates on the stage and how they are just trying to STAND out at this point
  • How Elizabeth Warren was the only one who didn't spend her first debate time slamming Trump & how she made very conscious choices not to talk too much... perhaps because women are often perceived as talking too much. 
  • Why there are so many Democratic candidates and no serious Republican contenders.
  • What does Mark Sanford's potential candidacy mean? - Interesting polls - Trump has a high approval rating, but there are ALSO a large number of people who report a strong conservative candidate over Trump; Trump can't attack him on his sex scandal because he has done these things and worse...
  • Winning the general election - who can excite moderate conservatives?
  • The struggle that the Democrats will face in the 2020 election
  • Who has the best chance of carrying the Democratic vote
  • Kelly's fear - that we'll nominate someone like Biden and then we won't stand a chance... she's hoping for Warren! Sophy agrees that Elizabeth Warren seems to be gaining a broader base of approval
  • Talked a lot about Elizabeth Warren and why these Two Broads like her!
  • The Two Broads podcast - how it is a great resource of information on politics in general and a good source of information on the issues and elections as well as other resources; 
  • Kelly suggests reading as many news sources as possible and reading the top news stories across a huge variety of news outlets; don't lock yourself into just one source
  • Ending on a hopeful note

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