The once-polite democratic presidential races has turned bitter. Sanders's supporters are increasingly agitated about the nomination process, while Clinton's campaign says the numbers strongly favor her and it's time to unify. And some activists want the DNC chair to resign, while others say all this just helps Donald Trump.
- Dan Bush, digital politics producer for PBS NewsHour. Visit here for Dan's recent stories.
- Brendan Nyhan, assistant professor of political science at Dartmouth College. His research includes misperceptions about politics, and he contributes to The Upshot at the New York Times.
- Dante Scala, associate professor of political science at UNH, and a fellow at UNH's Carsey School of Public Policy.