Will the Democratic ticket, now featuring two candidates who hail from one of America’s most famously tony ’hoods, restore Georgetown’s former luster? Or will it just help convince Americans that rich pols are out of touch with them?

Inkwell must admit to a soft spot for the glamour and grace of Georgetown of eld, even if it was dominated by patrician liberals.

The Weekly Standard’s Noemie Emery did a terrific piece some time back on the “mythical Georgetown” of dinners and dazzling talk. But how will Georgetown play today?

Demographically speaking, the all-Georgetown thing might not be quite the ticket, mes amis.

Remember: When politicians said they were running against Washington in the past, that meant the salons of Georgetown.