The column, titled, What’s the Matter With Westchester? Is better explained by its subtitle, “uburbanites vote against their economic interest to advance social liberalism”. Jindal further stated in the column that .” Democrats seem to be overperforming with traditionally Republican suburban voters”. The column begins by stating:
While the media obsesses over all things Donald Trump, the Democratic Party is fighting an intense battle over the best way to defeat him in 2020. Relatively moderate candidates beat progressive challengers in gubernatorial primaries in Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota, but Democratic primary voters in Vermont and Georgia selected a transgender and a female African-American nominee who have gained national attention mainly for their precedent-breaking identities. Based on special-election results, Democrats seem to be overperforming with traditionally Republican suburban voters. The question is whether they can succeed in the midterm elections by targeting the same coalition that failed to put Hillary Clinton in the White House.
Whereas Midwestern Democrats are fighting to regain formerly neglected white working-class voters in industrial and rural communities, many already competing for the party’s 2020 nomination apparently think the future still belongs to the “coalition of the ascendant”: millennials, minorities and socially liberal whites, especially college-educated single women. Award-winning political media consultant Greg Buisson to present in Saturday's webinar. Learn more
In promoting the piece, Jindal also posted on twitter, “Democrats have been remarkably successful at using their media and cultural hegemony to normalize formerly radical views and to marginalize formerly dominant ones.”
In the most recent oped for the WSJ, Jindal said: