This election presents tough choices for some voters. Many are upset that the Republican Party hasn’t formally enunciated its core principles, properly nationalizing the election in a simple, coherent way. The national GOP has, instead, settled for letting it be a traditional midterm, a referendum on the policies of that man in the White House and the party that unconditionally, unquestioningly, supports his every act.
And yes, for many voters, that may well be enough.
But for those voters who would like a clear presentation of the difference between the modern Democrat Party and the Republican opposition, that difference can be easily gleaned from the campaign commercials and talking points of this cycle, from the voting records of the incumbents, and from the policies of the past eight years.
Here, for example, are a few of the contrasts that this election, and in fact all modern elections, are all about.