upper waypoint

How Democrats Can Create Winning Messages on the Economy

Save ArticleSave Article
Failed to save article

Please try again

RALEIGH, USA - JANUARY 18: President Joe Biden delivers remarks along with NC Gov Roy Cooper on how his Bidenomics and Investing in America Agenda are repairing and rebuilding our infrastructure, lowering costs, supporting a small business boom, and creating good-paying jobs in Raleigh NC, United States on January 18, 2024 (Photo by Peter Zay/Anadolu via Getty Images)

It’s a common complaint among Democrats: The GOP is winning the messaging war. So how can they do better? Marisa and Scott are joined by Democratic strategists Anat Shenker-Osorio and Jenifer Fernandez Ancona who released new research examining what economic messaging is most likely to work for Democratic candidates this election year. 

You can listen to the latest season of Anat’s podcast Words to Win By wherever you get your podcasts.

Sponsored

lower waypoint
next waypoint
California Bill Would Require Landlords to Accept PetsBill Would Require California Landlords To Accept PetsHundreds of Protesters Crash Biden Fundraiser in SF, Demanding a Cease-Fire in GazaBay Area's 'Fix-It' Culture Thrives Amid State's Forthcoming Right-to-Repair Law'Why We Remember' with Neuroscientist Dr. Charan RanganathCalifornia Will Help Fund the Down Payment for Your First House. Here's How to ApplySF Mayor London Breed Reverses Course on Proposed Sober Living Site After Community PushbackU.S. Military Struggles to Fill Its RanksWhat’s Driving Brazen Retail Theft and What Should We Do About It?Palo Alto's Lydia Kou Channels Anti-Sacramento Anger in Challenge to Assemblymember Marc Berman