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Occupy Wall Street is no longer a seasonal movement. It has gone beyond New York and Washington, spreading like wildfi re throughout the United States. It cannot be compared to the European indignados. The protests have not decreased, although their intensity has subsided in the winter months. With the arrival of spring and the presidential elections around the corner, there are many questions that need an answer. Will the arguments raised by OWS be covered by the electoral debate? Will the movement have a role in the democrats' convention or will it become a political movement with its own candidates at the local and national elections?