In 2016, Clinton and Sanders turn to GOP to win Democrats
By The Associated Press
LAS VEGAS (AP) -
Hillary Clinton wants you to know that she won't need a "tour of the White House" if she wins the presidency, warning again and again that a Republican in the Oval Office would spell disaster for a Democratic agenda.
Her main Democratic rival, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, argues that staving off a GOP victory depends on stoking voter enthusiasm by breaking with Clinton's brand of "establishment politics" -- a feat he is ideally positioned to accomplish.
In the final weeks leading up to the first round of primary voting, the two Democratic primary candidates are urging their voters to look months ahead to the general election, offering competing theories of how Democrats can defy history by capturing a third consecutive White House term.