PCCC co-founder Stephanie Taylor went on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal on Tuesday to talk aboutA�the role of progressives as the general election phase of the presidential campaign begins. During the 45-minute interview, she discussed the relationship between progressives and the Clinton-Kaine ticket: “There’s trust there, but it’s a fragile one.”

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Stephanie pointed out that in order to build on that fragile trust, Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine must campaign on bold, progressive issues including debt-free college, expanding Social Security, reforming Wall Street, a public health insurance option, and opposing bad trade deals like the TPP.

It was very exciting to see in [Clinton’s] acceptance speech a litany of issues that progressives have worked very hard on, like expanding Social Security, like debt-free and tuition-free college, opposing unfair trade deals. … She really needs to keep the volume high and keep talking about these issues throughout the campaign.

Stephanie also gave this analysis a few hours before Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic nomination on Thursday, July 28, during a POLITICO Hub panelA�in Philadelphia, including AFSCME president Lee Saunders, Sanders’ campaign manager Jeff Weaver, and pollster Mark Penn with POLITICO’s Susan Glasser and Glenn Thrush moderating.A�Click here to watch.

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