In a word, "NO".
At least not for those things that almost every reader of CD seeks: e.g. an end to corporatocracy and its steady elimination of all but vestigial hints of democracy; an end to "American Exceptionalism"-justified imperialism and militarism that consumes so much of the national product that we can't afford public health, education nor to fix bridges, to invest in renewable energy infrastructure, or do anything that might just be suggestive of a modern first-world .economy. A direct, Constitutional rebuttal of Citizens United and other assaults on democracy, etc.
Oh, they'll "fight" for "JOBS, JOBS, JOBS" ....at least that's obviously the message they'll employ ... but look for yet more corporate subsidies, tax breaks, etc., rather than revamping of trade policies which have steadily encouraged offshoring of jobs and downward pressures on wages. Maybe they'll even agree to fight for a national minimum wage increase....which will of course be too little to help very many of the working poor, and do nothing to slow the growth of the wealth and income gap,
I'm sorry if I appear cynical...but as a D for 45 years, I'm no longer able to swallow happy-face Kool-Aid...I can tell the difference between fresh juice and artificially-flavored sugar / saccharine drinks.