DNC Chair Candidates All Agreed On One Policy

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Wednesday night, a debate at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. was held for the candidates seeking to acquire the position of Chairman of the Democratic National Committee.

One question they all agreed up deserves recognition.

The panel of discussion was rather mundane and non-explosive, with many of the Democratic candidates in agreement over how to rebuild the party following the devastating loss to President-elect Donald Trump and the Republicans. In fact, none of the candidates engaged in bashing each other, but rather praised one another.

One issue they all happened to agree on was partaking in actions such as “street fighting” and protesting. Host Ryan Grim of the Huffington Post sponsored event asked the candidates if they agreed that the DNC needs to participate in acts of riling up the public in streets to get messages across. They all unanimously raised their hands in agreement.

Contenders present at the debate include Rep. Keith Ellison of Minnesota, political analyst Jehmu Greene, South Carolina Democratic Party Chairman Jaime Harrison, New Hampshire Democratic Party Chairman Ray Buckley, executive director Sally Boynton of the Idaho Democratic Party, and United States Secretary of Labor Tom Perez.

The video of the question from the debate can be watched below:

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