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It is and it's to my mind you have genu you have alabama you know have pennsylvania intended to come up going ten senate race here in tennessee with a former democratic governor just relieved running against probably marsha blackburn of trumpian conservative of bread isn't just released in ads saying look i'm not against donald trump if he says something sensible you know a pulse for laughs but if this happens we'll be with him if he doesn't i i'm going to oppose you know i'm i'm for tennessee i'm not for trump or against trump and that's the kind of message that i think you saw in pennsylvania's well if insofar as these candidates in this long shadow of the twenty sixteen election and its attendant ongoing twitter chaos whereby the air to thomas jefferson is fired by tweet then you're going to have i think a common sense ethos going into into next year and i would i would i would think that candidates who could say look we're we're here to solve problems we're not here just to attract tension to ourselves i bet that's going to resonate strong message and willie you talked about finding candidates that fit the district we had been critical i've been critical in the past democrats for for for not being willing to do that in the past meakin i we went down and spoke to democrats and talk to some republicans we were really stunned by how open democrats were the most progressive members of the democratic caucus saying you know what we have got to find candidates that fit the districts running.