Why it matters who wins the 2020 Democratic primary: A new look at the race

The 2018 Democratic primaries will be the first of a series of contests between 2020 candidates to be determined by a caucus.

But the stakes are very different in 2020 from the 2018 midterms.

The 2018 cycle was characterized by a wave of negative stories about candidates and their spouses.

A primary contest between a couple is more of a show than a fight, with the focus on the candidates’ wives.

And unlike the midterms, the 2018 Democratic primary contests will have more than one nominee.

That means that the primary process will be more complex than in 2020.

In 2020, the winner of the Democratic primary will be chosen at a caucus, while in 2020 the winner in a primary contest will be selected by the caucus, which will decide who will face the Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate in 2020, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York.

The first two primary contests of the 2020 cycle will be held in early 2019, with an April date to select the next Democratic nominee, according to Politico.

But in 2020 there will be only one primary.

The winner of that primary will face off against the Democratic candidate who won the Democratic caucus.

The other candidate will face a third-party candidate.

The final Democratic primary winner will face their opponent for the seat in 2020 in 2020 — the Democrat who won in 2018.

The 2020 Democratic primaries are shaping up to be one of the most important contests of this cycle, because they will determine the balance of power in the Senate.

A Democratic Senate majority will give Democrats a shot at a third term in the White House in 2020 and a second term in a more favorable way in 2025.

The Democratic nominee will have to fend off challengers from all three major parties, including former New York Gov.

Andrew Cuomo of New Yorkers and Sen. Kamala Harris of California.

The Democrats also will have the opportunity to pick the next president.

But that process will require a lot of hard work and time, which may not happen in 2020 because Democrats have so many candidates to choose from.

The next Democratic primary is scheduled for April 19, 2020.

For more information on the 2020 primaries, check out Politico’s full article.