Rob Stutzman

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Nikki Haley supporters attend a rally for the Republican presidential candidate in Spring, Texas, on March 4. (Melina Mara/The Washington Post)

Remember that early spring phenomenon known as the “Nikki Haley voter”, the supposed key to Joe Biden’s reelection? Yeah, I agree: It’s a hazy memory. It appears Biden and his campaign team have completely forgotten about them — and that’s a big mistake.

The Haley voter has been reduced to scrolling the dating apps. One can imagine a typical profile: “I refuse to be taken for granted. Prove you want me, and we can talk”.

The arc of Biden’s campaign is forever caught between two forces: the progressive left of his party’s coalition and the moderate bent of college-educated suburbanites, including Republicans who regard Donald Trump as a pustule upon the festering posterior of their once-sensibly conservative party.…  Seguir leyendo »