Presidential candidate Julián Castro has qualified for the next round of debates by meeting the fundraising and polling minimums established by the Democratic National Committee. So far, only 10 of the original 25 candidates have qualified, so this puts Julián in a smaller group of frontrunners. Julián’s unexpected surge has come from two outstanding debate performances, so I am excited to see how he does in the next round. I have to say that his candidacy is still a long shot, but even if he doesn’t win, his performance is likely to make him a leading candidate for V.P. or a prime cabinet position. I couldn’t be prouder of how he has performed to date.
The latest polls show Bernie Sanders opening us a double-digit lead over his democratic rivals and with his big win in Nevada, momentum seems to be building. Donald Trump and his supporters appear to be delighted by this. I assume because they think Sanders would be the easiest Democrat to beat in a general election. Sounds eerily familiar.