Imagine a US political party built around faster economic growth and technological progress

Next week’s California primary scramble might give clues about whether Up Wing politics has a (near) future

Writing a news story about an independent or third-party candidate maybe winning the White House is a journalistic lark. Something a Washington political reporter might do during a slow news cycle. Or when some public-opinion survey shows a successful bid actually looks possible — at least if you squint a bit.

For example: A recent Harvard/Harris poll asked the following question: “Do you think that you would consider a moderate independent candidate for president if the 2024 match was between Donald Trump and Joe Biden?” And a pretty solid majority, 58 percent, say they would be willing to take such a historic flyer. (A majority also say neither elderly gentleman should run again.)

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