Michael Barone gives the Democrats' internal war some publicity.
He looks at elections in New York, Maryland and Washington, D.C., where
there was a split between the public employee unions that do so much to finance Democratic campaigns and the gentry liberals who provide Democratic votes in places like Manhattan, the Montgomery County suburbs of Maryland, and Northwest Washington, D.C. And in each case the public employee unions won.
Get ahead of the curve. Democratic fighting will be the big topic after November 2.