Deb Haaland is certainly superior to the pissants that Dems usually put out there and the economic part of her platform is relatively detailed and very strong. Other than that, her website consists of really nice-sounding generalities, but few specifics.
Most importantly, her website is absolutely silent on the imperial U.S. military and the U.S. military budget. There is nary a word on anything about the world outside of the U.S., except for immigrants’ rights when they get to the U.S. and “diplomacy first foreign policy” (like the extortionist sanctions on Iran).
This omission, IMO, is a fatal flaw found among nearly all U.S. “progressive” congressional candidates. And it leads to this conundrum: Domestic austerity is very much a direct function of global U.S. imperialism. And it’s not just a matter of money (though it is very much a matter of money). Permanent War for Global Capitalist Hegemony has become THE central purpose of the U.S.
If you are unwilling to look at - or even state - the central purpose of this exceptional nation, then you will be unable to affect its direction, even if you should be (s)elected.
The peoples of the biosphere who are being slaughtered and enslaved by U.S. elites deserve better than that. If progressives cannot recognize their existence or the profound effects our warrior state have on them, then progressives are either irrelevant or part of the problem.