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Commentary: 'Tis the season for 2020 presidential fantasy politics

For a certain type of sports fan (coughs loudly to self) there is no sweeter part of the season than the day after the World Series or Super Bowl. Why? Because that's when you can construct fantasy rosters divorced from all real-world constraints.

This is roughly where we're at with the 2020 presidential election. The midterms are over; the official candidacies have yet to be announced. (Sorry, Julian Castro, "exploring" doesn't count.) Political commentators are busy unleashing their inner Strat-O-Matic manager and the position they seem most eager

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