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Rep. Seth Moulton Focuses 2020 Campaign On Veterans, Foreign Policy And Voting Rights

Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Massachusetts Democratic Congressman Seth Moulton, one of the candidates vying for the party's presidential nomination in 2020.
Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Seth Moulton (D-Mass.) arrives for a community project and campaign stop in Manchester, N.H. (Scott Eisen/Getty Images)

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When the Democratic Party announced the 20 presidential candidates who qualified for the second debate, five didn’t make it, including Massachusetts Rep. Seth Moulton

Moulton says he expected not to qualify because he jumped into the race so late. The 40-year-old congressman was recently part of the wing of Democrats who were pushing Nancy Pelosi to move over and let younger generations lead the party. He says that message of “bringing a new generation of leadership” to Washington is resonating with voters.

“We just outraised five of the people who were

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