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AOC: The New York State Democratic Party’s Corruption May Have Cost Democrats the House

Ryan Grim

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on the role of abortion and the youth vote in the midterms, Ukraine, and the political distinction between unemployment and inflation.

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Plaintiff in Lawsuit Opposing Biden Student Debt Forgiveness Had PPP Loan Forgiven

Ken Klippenstein

The lawsuit, aimed at ending Biden’s debt forgiveness program, is being bankrolled by a well-connected right-wing group.

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The Midterms Handed Democrats in Congress a Mandate to Codify Abortion Rights

Ryan Grim

With 48 senators supporting a filibuster carveout for abortion rights, Democrats should act before the new Congress.

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John Fetterman Wins Crucial Senate Seat, As Pennsylvania Democrats Rack Up Wins

Akela Lacy

The victory, with Fetterman outpacing Biden, gives Democrats breathing room in their uphill bid to keep the Senate in a midterm election.

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Georgia’s Turnout Boss, Stacey Abrams, Had a Turnout Problem

George Chidi

Georgia’s election this year was supposed to be a turnout game, just like 2018 and 2020. You wouldn’t know it from last night’s results.

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Kentucky Voters Reject Amendment 2 in “Repudiation of Extreme Anti-Choice Agenda”

Jordan Smith

Every state with abortion on the ballot saw decisive action to protect reproductive rights.

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In Referendum on Whether You Can Prosecute Murderous Cops at All, Keith Ellison Ekes It Out

Daniel Boguslaw

Keith Ellison defends his progressive mantle in Minnesota’s attorney general race after attacks from all sides.

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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Is a Linchpin of the Right-Wing Judicial Strategy

Amy Westervelt

A case before the Supreme Court this week, Haaland v. Brackeen, is a window into Paxton’s efforts to expand corporate rights.

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Midterms Will Determine Republicans’ Stance on Ukraine — and America

James Risen

Christian nationalists see Putin’s invasion of Ukraine as a key step in his campaign to crush the global woke left.

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Midterms Show Republican Anti-Abortion Agenda Relies on Minority Rule

Natasha Lennard

But that doesn’t mean we can rest easy in the fight for reproductive justice.

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