Of all the many Democrats running for president, Andrew Yang is having the most fun.
Yang’s campaign may not have him on track to winning the nomination, but it may be delivering sober warnings to conventional Democrats about the kinds of voters they’re leaving behind.
“I think if people dig into my campaign they see it’s a very, very serious message,” Yang said.
Joy McKinney, a Republican and evangelical, said she carefully researched universal basic income and Yang’s other policies before joining the “Yang Gang.”
That may be a product of Yang’s tech and marketing savvy, said presidential historian Mike Purdy.