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<p>  Alone in Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren released more than $ 1 trillion in climate change plans last week, while Jay Inslee added his extensive treatises on the subject. </p>
<p>  Julián Castro unveiled a far-reaching proposal to combat "overly aggressive" policing, Beto O & # 39; Rourke spawned a series of governmental and electoral reforms, and Cory Booker developed a housing plan that greatly overhauled the rules on land use, inheritance tax and federal grants. </p><div><script async src=

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In a presidential primary system , which does not always reward substantive political debates, stands the competition 2020 durc h an unlikely renaissance of ideas . Twelve hours rarely go by with joke searching for a candidate who proposes a new plan.

"Currently, the primary one is an ideas contest," said RL Miller, founder of Super-PAC Climate Hawks Vote. "Jay Inslee's policy keeps being talked about, even though he's not very busy in the polls himself." Kamala Harris spends a lot of bread and butter, as is customary in the kitchen. One of the ways that candidates currently excel is writing intelligent, convincing policies. And so it seems every day as if another candidate has published a different policy. "

One reason for the onrush of political proposals is Warren, the Democratic Massachusetts senator, whose popularity has increased alongside her focus on drawing up detailed political plans. Even a home industry was launched for their campaign – the sale of "Warren has a plan for it" T-shirts.

"Now the others say," I also need to get some positions, "said Lee Miringoff, director of the Marist College Institute for Public Opinion.

But broader forces are at work, too opening the door to the incumbent President, who is abhorred by Democrats as much as Donald Trump – or who has so dramatically changed the political landscape on issues such as climate change, health care, immigration and trade, while the President himself is not interested in political details.

For brooding Democrats, the position papers of the primary area are an emotional refuge – the dreamy must-reads of this summer.

"I think what happens is that voters take the political proposals as visions of hope after two and a half years Trump, in which everything is so negative and was terrible, "said Ray Buckley, chairman of the New Hampshire Democratic Party. "Voters are starving for positive, hopeful and ambitious things to look forward to."

Or, as Doug Herman, a Democratic strategist from California, said, "If you see the plans as a solution, then today is dystopia and tomorrow is utopia. "

The longing for a change in the White House policy, regardless of whether the Democrat shouldered it, is so great that 14 of the President's candidates recently traveled to the Democratic Party Congress of California in the US state of Hermans by Bernie Sanders and Warren temporarily held rival demonstrations to merge into a song for Medicare for All.

For candidates who still envisage voters, the content of a plan can have significant political weight. Biden's $ 1.7 trillion climate change proposal has helped mitigate some criticism from the left side of the party, even though he has inadvertently attracted unfair attention when he seemed to abstain from passages copied from existing documents were.

Harris (D-Calif.) Has used policy proposals involving teacher remuneration and maternal mortality to strengthen her entitlement as a lawyer to working people and women – especially women of skin color. Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) Put infrastructure investment at the center of her campaign with her first major political proposal. And even candidates with a long career can count on political proposals to grab the media's attention – as John Delaney received for his own proposal on climate change and his plan to create a national aid program for young people.