I wrote a post elsewhere this week defending the early start of the 2016 presidential nomination race, but that sort of begs the question: what should that fight be about?
Specifically, I'm wondering about second-tier issues that a candidate might run on effectively. I want to exclude climate; I assume that a strong climate agenda will be mandatory for any Dem '16 candidate. Of course, we can't know yet what the context of the 2016 primaries will wind up being...presumably an Obama defeat followed by an ACA repeal would affect the agenda differently than an Obama re-election and a full or partially implemented ACA, and it's hard to guess right now what the economic and budget context will be in 2016. But still, given that the cycle is already getting started already and will really start being shaped after November, I don't think it's too early to toss the question out there.
I'll take either things you would want or things that you think would play well.