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with big name candidates like Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden racking up donations in the race to become the twenty twenty democratic presidential nominee some lesser known contenders are hoping their ideas will stand out in a crowded field two men aiming to gain support across party lines US congressman Seth Moulton and former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper things dot Hickenlooper found success as an entrepreneur and announced Friday his progressive yet business friendly agenda that includes beefing up anti trust laws and taking down non compete agreements to help encourage business capitalism is based upon competition and I think we should be aggressively looking at what is everything we can do to make sure we have more competitive landscapes he's hoping ideas like that will strike a chord with voters nationwide all those moderate Republicans and independents and all those Democrats are going to want someone who who who can have a demonstrated record of of bringing people together they oftentimes didn't like each other and and getting things done Hey how you doing I'm several congressmen set molten also counting on moderate policies to attract widespread support we can't go too far laughter will lose middle America will lose the independent voters that were critical to winning back the house in twenty eighteen but when it comes to the competition the Massachusetts representative and Iraq war vet came out swinging early once it changes into a socialist country and we're not a socialist country I don't know the Elizabeth Warren considers herself a socialist %HESITATION but I do think that some of her ideas go too far a representative from Sanders campaign responded that Sanders is doing well in polls because he is a champion for working people Elizabeth Warren's campaign did not comment what was that his candidacy would gain traction by focusing on foreign policy access to job