Every day or so, another Democrat announces plans to run for president in 2020.
What do they have to differentiate themselves from the pack?
Tulsi Gabbard has a family history of opposing same-sex marriage - but she's put that behind her.
Kristen Gillibrand held some views that matched her conservative New York congressional district, but dropped them after moving to the Senate.
Elizabeth Warren brought out a proposal to tax wealth holdings - more money for government but doubtful more benefits for the general public.
Democrats can be united about being anti-Trump now, but all 20 or so won't win the nomination.
Do they have anything to inspire voters and move Trump voters from 2016 to their side?