On so many issues, the Democrats running for the 3rd Congressional District seat sound so similar.
Immigration. Wages. Health care. Guns. The environment. Beyond their own unique speaking styles, it can be hard to separate one from the other.
Until they talk about the general election. Then some daylight starts to shine through.
Each of the six Democrats - Sharice Davids, Mike McCamon, Tom Niermann, Jay Sidie, Brent Welder and Sylvia Williams - explained how they would attract Republican and unaffiliated voters at a forum Saturday.
The winner will likely face four-term Republican Congressman Kevin Yoder in the fall although he . . .