Delaney frames it as losing current insurance.
Sanders says that losing insurance is already a problem when switching jobs etc.
Back and forth.
Warren says the Democrats are not about taking away insurance.
Sanders says he’ll save a lot in reduced administration costs. Attacks Delaney’s insurance background.
Delaney says Sanders’ math is wrong and hospitals would close.
Now gun violence framed by the 3 recent mass shootings. Starts with Buttigieg. Leverages his military background in talking about gun control.
Hickenlooper talks about passing gun control in a purple state.
Buttigieg is only a few years older than me. He’s talking about being part of the first school shooting generation.
Goes back and forth between Klobuchar and Buttigieg.
O’Rourke compares and contrasts with other countries. Goes after PAC funding.
Buttigieg talks about ending the electoral college, amending the constitution and going after Citizens United. Talks about prohibition back and forth as an example of quick changes.
Williamson talks about public funding and independent candidates etc. Uses the wording “same old yada-yada-yada.”
Sanders is making an electability argument based on polling showing him beating Trump in many states.
Hickenlooper says you can’t just spring a plan on the country without preparation and expect it to succeed.
Ryan pushes for a more moderate approach.
O’Rourke talks about going bold in Texas as a battleground state.
Bullock takes it into the context of the economy.
Warren talks about past victories.
Delaney is pushing practicality. He’s outclassed on the stage.
Warren: I don’t know why anyone goes to the trouble of running for office just to say what we can’t do.
Warren indicts the current system.
Sanders talks about Detroit’s decline. Talks about how to win (energy, young people, canceling student, debt, etc)
Crowd cheers.Klobuchar about who she thinks is making promises just to get elected
O’Rourke talks about VA in El Paso.
Delaney says his plan goes to net zero by 2050, talks about how it had bi-partisan support - and carbon capture machines.
Warren co-sponsored Green New Deal. Talks about producing 1.2 million manufacturing jobs.
Warren pushes back strong on the idea that she’s suggesting pipe dreams.
Sanders and Ryan are going back and forth. Ryan is doing better tonight than last time.
Sanders talks about the urgency: take on fossil fuels.
Bullock and Sanders back and forth.
It’s slightly annoying seeing them compete to see who is the most pro-worker.Bullock wants it to be scientist driven.
O’Rourke talks about how we only have ten years to solve this.
Buttigieg says plans are similar - they need to win
Klobuchar gets question about preventing another Flint, Michigan. Klobuchar talks about her infrastructure plan. Contrasts with Trump’s inaction.
Goes through a flurry of policy ideas quickly. Definitely stringer than 1st debate.
O’Rourke gets a question about healing the racial divide in America. He goes hard on defending Omar and the squad and presents aspirational image of diversity.
Warren gets asked about white supremacy. Warren calls it domestic terrorism. Lists a litany of racism. Talks about acknowledging the past. $50 billion into HBCUs.
Addresses racism in terms of black women being taken seriously in hospitals.
O’Rourke talks about slavery forming the economic foundation that built the nation’s wealth. Supports Sheila Jackson Lee’s reparations plan.
Sanders does not favor reparations as cash payments. Sanders say he favors Clieburn’s plan to focus on addressing it at the community level.
Warren talks about the history of trade policy with a corporate bias. Want to bring a different coalition to draft an agreement.
Delaney tries to tie himself to Obama. Tries to portray Warren as anti-trade.
O’Rourke is the first to directly address tariffs. Says they are a mistake. Speaks broadly of the trade agreements.
Sanders goes hard against previous agreements “Warren is right”
Warren talks about longer exclusivity for pharma in trade deals as an example of skewed interests.
Bullock talks about how we’re losing hundreds of thousands of dollars every time Trump tweets. Says he partially agrees with Warren.
Buttigieg talks about plant closures, putting workers first, re-training and the changing economy. Proposes allowing gig workers to unionize. Increase union membership. Pushes for raising minimum wage - quotes the Bible.
Warren makes the case for the $50 million wealth tax.
Delaney agrees with goal not method.
Williamson talks about how tax cuts to the wealthy don’t stimulate the economy. Says getting people out of debt stimulates the economy.
Klobuchar emphasizes not paying for college for rich kids.
Sanders call Trump a pathological liar and says that he tells the truth. Contrasts his foreign policy.
Hickenlooper talks about constant engagement internationally “we need to be talking to everyone.” Says trade wars are for losers.
Ryan talks about de-militarizing foreign policy. Talks about the work away from the cameras and his foreign policy experience in congress
Buttigieg gets question about Afghanistan. Says he’ll withdraw all troops from Afghanistan in his first year. Talks about the length of war.
O’Rourke says gets them out in first term but not first year.
Hickenlooper says it will be a humanitarian disaster if we fully withdraw - emphasizes for women.
Bullock says he wants to keep first strike open - but hopefully we’ll never have to use it.
Bullock says that he wants to keep first strike as a deterrent against towards dictators.
Buttigieg age question (37) vs Sanders (77). Buttigieg says he doesn’t care about age. Talks about NZ PM’s age.
Sanders agrees with Buttigieg about vision vs age.
Bullock talks about going from delivering papers as a kid to being a governor.
Williamson talks about radical truth telling on healthcare, racism etc. Uses phrase “corporate overlords.” Wants to “speak to the heart.” Talks about atoning for mistakes and loving each other.
Delaney says “I’m the only one on the stage talking about...” (He’e not).
Ryan starts off talking about punditry and that he hopes he captured your imagination instead of a lane. Emphasizes new and better. Talks about coming together to fix things “us” not a savior. Pretty powerful.
Hickenlooper talks about his business, mayor and governor track record. Compares it to wanting an experienced dr.
Klobuchar talks about the late Casey Jo and her opioid death. Talks about being able to bring in more red places, and her prosecutor and senate experience
Buttigieg presents vision of how we can present a vision for our future children if we walk away from what hasn’t worked.
Warren talks opportunity and who gets it - and moving it more to the working class and away from the wealthiest. Being the party of structural change - and a grass root movement. Talks about making real change in 2021 after she wins
And it’s over.