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Stressed while waiting for the final election results? From LGBTQ lawmakers who were elected and big victories in Colorado, here are good news to keep you going.
Men sermonizing on possible political outcomes from the perch of their cable TV ivory towers are ill-equipped to cover abortion in any respect.
Volunteers providing support, snacks, and water at the polls—to both people in line to vote and those passing by—have been met with opposition.
Voters will choose between a pro-choice Democrat and a Republican candidate ready to defend anti-choice laws.