Gov. Steve Bullock (D-Montana) and former Rep. John Delaney (D-Maryland) got an unexpected taste of the spotlight at the second Democratic debate in Detroit on Tuesday night. 


Bullock knew the debate was a crucial platform for him after having failed to qualify for the first debate.

Throughout the debate, Bullock said that Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts) and Bernie Sanders (D-Vermont) views were too radical and would likely cost Democrats the presidency. 


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Delaney was called on first in the night to challenge Sanders. He said that Democrats win when they “run on real solutions, not impossible promises.”

Bullock and Delaney are offering voters a moderate Democratic option in case former Vice President Joe Biden stumbles.   

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