As this catalog goes to press, the third Democratic debate (with only ten candidates) is approaching. Three more are expected in 2019, with another six in 2020. When the class begins in April, the field will likely be a great deal narrower after the February primaries, the March 2 “Super Tuesday” marathon, and another 14 state tests before our first class session. Meanwhile, Donald Trump seems likely to face a very rocky climb to reelection. It’s too early, though, for either side to count chickens (or electoral votes or congressional seats). Jim surveys the scene, talks politics and probabilities, and addresses the issues (and the states) that may matter most. Don’t miss this one!