John Kasich

Democrats try to look forward but are still haunted by 2016

Time has not healed the Democratic party's wounds.

On Election Day 2016, Democrats suffered a devastating and shocking loss. A year later, they're still sorting through the wreckage. The infighting, the divisive personalities and the questions about how it happened are still front and center, threatening to hold the party back in elections on Tuesday and into next year's midterms.

Hillary Clinton is on a tour promoting her book on last year's campaign, entitled "What Happened." The man she defeated in the party's presidential primaries, Bernie Sanders, and former Vice President Joe Biden are the two top possible presidential contenders in 2020. And just in time for...