So it all comes down to this:
One candidate has the support of members and unions, but is disliked by most of his caucus.
The other candidate has the support of most of his caucus, but has less support among the members and unions.
When caucus got their preferred leader, he was undermined and attacked by activists outside the caucus.
When activists finally got their preferred leader, he was undermined and attacked by caucus members.
One battle. Until the next round.
One position. A temporary one until the next leadership contest, most probably in 2015 or 2016.
One winner:Embed from Getty Images
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