Commentary: Candidate Families There are nine Democratic candidates who want to be their party's Presidential nomination. Commentator and political reporter Jake Tapper observes that such a crowded field makes it hard for some of the candidates to distinguish themselves. Dick Gephardt is bringing up his children, and the lessons their lives have taught him about policy issues like health care and teachers' salaries. Jake Tapper writes for Salon.com.
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There are nine Democratic candidates who want to be their party's Presidential nomination. Commentator and political reporter Jake Tapper observes that such a crowded field makes it hard for some of the candidates to distinguish themselves. Dick Gephardt is bringing up his children, and the lessons their lives have taught him about policy issues like health care and teachers' salaries. Jake Tapper writes for Salon.com.