In perhaps the most widely anticipated matchup of the Democratic nominating contest, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and former Vice President Joe Biden will face off for the first time on Thursday night in Houston, showcasing their significant contrasts in substance and style months before the first votes are cast.
The stakes are Texas-sized: Biden, who has maintained his lead despite several speaking blunders and prior debate blows, is expected to ding Warren, who is inching up on him with striking consistency. And Warren, who hovers around the number two slot, is likely to push the same progressive policies that have propelled her forward in the primary.
But Democrats who support Warren don’t want the wonk to attack the wanderer.
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