Disappointingly, Sanders was least able to explain how he would achieve his goals, even though they are unchanged since 2015, so he's had 4yrs to refine them.
The women candidates all got hard questions about policies they had previously had, Buttigieg had to answer for demoting the 1st black police chief and Sanders got no difficult questions, just 2015 replay.
Klobuchar, Warren & Sanders were all raised in working class/working poor households.
Each told very personal stories.
Harris talked about her mother's cancer, and "anticipatory grief."
Buttigieg talked about how very long it took him to come out as gay.
Humanizing, relatable stories.
None of the candidates hesitated to answer, but Sanders was unnecessarily defensive.
Was tonight a winnowing?