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For months, the Democratic Party has been working to reinvent itself. After WikiLeaks exposed a deep divide within the party — which had devastating effects both during and after 2016's Democratic National Convention — and a huge loss in November, there was a certainly a lot of rebuilding that needed to be done.
When former Labor Secretary Tom Perez was elected as the Democratic National Committee's newest chairman, the first thing he did was attempt to mend burned bridges, bringing former opponent Keith Ellison (D-MN) on as a part of his leadership team.
But there was still more work to be done. After Hillary Clinton's loss, “I'm With Her” suddenly didn't make as much sense — and the Democrats needed a new rallying cry.
And after months of debate, it appears they have finally settled on a new slogan:
If that slogan seems familiar, it might be because we've seen it before. Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) used that exact slogan to tease an article he penned in May for USA Today:
Of course, there were those who thought it sounded familiar for an entirely different reason:
And that's when the ... helpful ... suggestions started rolling in:
And the overall assessment: