I think she (Klobuchar) is the best pick. This general election will, like always, turn on the swing states. That means mostly the Upper Midwest. Trump will win the South, save maybe VA and NC, the non-coastal inland West, and the Great Plains. The Democrat nominee will win the Northeast and the West Coast. That leaves the Upper Midwest/Great Lakes region as hotly contested. Klobuchar will shore up the Upper Midwest. She’ll also get some boost from the novelty of being the first woman VP or Pres. I expect many women would have voted for any woman but Hillary—who carried enormous baggage. I also admire the way she boldly and clearly called bullish!t on Bernie and Warren’s healthcare $ numbers. That pissed off Bernie and Warren, but won her points with the more normal Dems And the Independents. She’s just got to hang in there and keep inching up the charts. If this is a contested convention (and it might be), she would be a good compromise candidate. The superdelegates are party insiders and she’s a female Senator from the Midwest. Else, she’d make somebody a good VP candidate. Her weaknesses: her stereotypical ‘loud-mouthed pushy Yankee woman’ plays terribly in the South which could hurt in Southern swing states like VA and NC. She lacks charisma. Her jokes are terrible and forced. Black voters are less than enthralled with Amy K thus far.