I was 29 years old when Donald Trump was elected president. And like millions of people across the country, instead of sitting down in despair, I stood up. I ran for Congress in a district where the last Democrat had lost by 23 points. … [Read more...] about Can Jon Ossoff Help Turn Georgia Blue?
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“I think there is something new about women challengers that is different this year,” Ms. Katz said. “There is a hunger for a different type of perspective. The cycle started being about women’s health, then it was gun safety, then keeping families together. All along it’s been moms and women driving it.” … [Read more...] about Is This the Year Women Break the Rules and Win?
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Fed up with what they said they saw as Trump's disdain and distrust of the intelligence community, many — including Abigail Spanberger (a former CIA officer running in Virginia's Richmond-area 7th Congressional District), Elissa Slotkin (a former CIA analyst running in Michigan's Lansing-area 8th Congressional District) and Gina Ortiz Jones (a former Air Force intelligence officer and Defense Intelligence Agency employee running in Texas's 23rd Congressional District) — decided to take matters into their own hands and run for Congress. … [Read more...] about Live blog: Midterm election 2018 updates, news and analysis
Georgia law guarantees an election recount if a losing candidate requests it after finishing behind the winner by a vote margin of 1 percent or less. Because in-person votes are cast electronically in Georgia, with no auditable paper trail, a recount mostly consists of re-tabulating digital votes already stored on machines. Those results aren't likely to change. … [Read more...] about Handel concedes long-red US House seat to Democratic rival