We won. Not everything, but I think we can put a “thumbs up” next to our 2018 election.
Rep.-Elect Deb Haaland was elected to (N.M. 1st Dist.) as one of the nation’s first two indigenous congresswomen in history.
The dust and ashes of the midterm elections aren’t settling — they’re smoldering.
Democrats won control of the House of Representatives and have vowed to open Donald Trump’s locked drawers.
With results still coming in, more than 100 women have won their House races, up from the current 84. Additionally, at least 13 women won Senate seats. Ten female senators were not up for re-election this year.
The reality of a change in the House has fueled talk of a female revolution in Congress in this the #MeToo era, but also that of potential investigations into the administration’s dealings. From the possible subpoenaing of the pussy grabber-in-chief’s elusive tax returns to a probe of a possible attempt to block AT&T’s acquisition of Time Warner.
For his part, Delusional Donald has…
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