Democratic Candidates Descend On California And Offer A Preview Of Fights To Come

Divides that could define this month's first Democratic debates were on display Saturday when 11 presidential hopefuls addressed the California Democratic Party's annual convention.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., speaks during the California Democrats 2019 State Convention in San Francisco on June 1, 2019. "Big problems call for big solutions," said Warren, in a speech warning against incrementalism. Source: Justin Sullivan

What will the first Democratic presidential debates look like at the end of this month?

We got our first glimpse Saturday in San Francisco.

First, we saw the visual of candidate after candidate — 11 in all, with 3 more to come Sunday — parading across the stage at the California Democratic Party's annual convention.

We also heard how presidential hopefuls are sorting themselves on two key questions that will likely shape much of the narrative

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