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Ilhan Omar 5h
In Minnesota, we know that organized people will always beat organized money. Tonight, our movement didn’t just win. We earned a mandate for change. Despite outside efforts to defeat us, we once again broke turnout records. Despite the attacks, our support has only grown.
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Theo Keith 6h
What's remarkable is that after $13.5 million (at least) was spent in , voters' opinions of Omar changed very little of the past two years. Like her or dislike her in 2018, that didn't change in 2020.
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Harry Siegel Aug 10
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Ian🌹, Union Rye Drinker 6h
Some are saying that Minneapolis is about to pull the "Double Omar"
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Dave Wasserman 6h
I've seen enough: Rep. Ilhan Omar (D) wins renomination in , defeating Antone Melton-Meaux (D).
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ryan cooper 7h
Is Kamala Harris ready to lead America for the next decade?
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Patrick Cosmos 11h
very funny to spend 8 entire years of energy painting a politician as unqualified due to their supposedly toxic and abusive online fanbase only to nominate kamala harris. people who think this isn't funny aren't broadening their minds enough
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Steve Randy Waldman 12h
"one of [Donald Trump's] most well-developed skills is breaking things and turning the resulting disaster to his own advantage."
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Richard Kim 17h
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ryan cooper 12h
Replying to @ronmcdouble
probably not explicitly but in actual usage that is a pretty common expression
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ryan cooper 13h
Replying to @KatzOnEarth
we'll see how McGrath does!
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ryan cooper 13h
Replying to @semper_nemo
I don't know for sure, but I would guess because "x" is more common in the American radical tradition
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ryan cooper 13h
Replying to @EdgarAllanPro
perhaps we need to start a hyper-aggro campaign that "Latinx" is actually white cishet cultural imperialism
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ryan cooper 13h
Replying to @KatzOnEarth
maybe, maybe not. if he runs again and does so then I'll make sure to poke fun at him too
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ryan cooper 13h
Replying to @WineJerk
perhaps, but I would bet it passes after a few years
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ryan cooper 13h
Replying to @notdred
a hero of our time
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ryan cooper 13h
Replying to @KatzOnEarth
I tried but the national party spent $20 million to defeat me in the primary
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ryan cooper 13h
Replying to @EdgarAllanPro
yeah, that's much better
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ryan cooper 13h
Replying to @ryanlcooper
Latin-ex? La-tinx? Latin-eh? it does not look like a Spanish word
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