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Lisa Murkowski wins term number 4 representing Alaska in the Senate, beating Trump-backed Kelly Tshibaka Final ranked choice tally: 53.7-46.3%
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One of the deeper ironies of Brian Kemp finally embracing Herschel Walker: Walker said the 2020 election was stolen Not only did Walker criticize Kemp, he was an ally of Lin Wood, who... called for Kemp to be jailed for treason thedailybeast.com/brian-kemp…
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House Dems ended up holding most of the battleground districts where their incumbents retired or left Rs won five—their majority margin. The NY and WI flips gotta hurt in particular
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A new GOP state legislator in AZ says she won't cast any votes until the 2022 election is... done over again That would cut the R majority in the state house to 1 vote. Katie Hobbs plans to immediately call a special session to protect abortion rights 12news.com/article/news/poli…
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Warnock campaign announces that Barack Obama is coming back to Atlanta to campaign for him on 12/1
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The funny thing about Pelosi's vow to be hands-off in her post-leader era: many Dems clearly want her to still have a meaningful role in the caucus "There’s a sort of senior adviser role that I think will be there," Rep. Kildee told me w/ @UrsulaPerano thedailybeast.com/nancy-pelo…
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In his first act as bureau chief, Matt is confirming every Friday is Retweet Friday as long as Twitter continues to exist. Tremendous leadership. Thanks, Matt!
Tidbit: @MEPFuller named Washington buro chief of The Daily Beast, replacing @JFKucinich, who is the new politics boss at @BostonGlobe
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people are really bringing the "Graduation (Friends Forever)" vibes tonight, huh
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Per @NolanDMcCaskill, Pelosi told reporters today: "I have no intention of being the mother-in-law in the kitchen, saying: ‘My son doesn’t like the stuffing that way. This is the way we make it.'" She also won't request any committee assignments latimes.com/politics/story/2…
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Pelosi on McCarthy: "Is he gonna be speaker? ... I have no idea. I don't get involved in Republican politics."
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FWIW, this bill is sponsored by Sen. Warnock
Actually a fascinating vote happening in the House right now. They’re trying to name a VA Center after the late Sen. Max Cleland. Pretty uncontroversial, right? Cleland lost both his legs and an arm in Vietnam, and was a Senator. Well, about 1/3rd of the GOP is voting no.
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Rep @deanbphillips, who had called for new Dem leadership, says in release: “I believe Hakeem Jeffries is the right leader at the right time for our party and our nation.”
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Dems beginning to envision the rank and file Rep. Nancy Pelosi—just asked Rules Chairman McGovern if he’d want her to join his committee: “She’s more than welcome. We’d love her.”
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There it is: Pelosi says she will continue to represent San Francisco in Congress but will NOT seek a leadership position in the caucus
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Pelosi ends remarks and is mobbed by Dem collagues, who are lining up to embrace her. Several are hugging each other, wiping away tears
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Steve Scalise just entered the chamber for Pelosi's speech and took a seat
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Close Pelosi allies from CA—Reps Lofgren, Matsui, Lee—are taking their seats in the front row A few Rs have come in, spotting Reps Hinson and Joe Wilson
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Didn't see that coming: Rep-elect Derrick Van Orden (R-WI), who attended the Jan 6 rally, is here for Pelosi's speech
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Pelosi isn't speaking yet, so members are doing scheduled "one minute" speeches Usually no one is here for these. Rep. Glenn Thompson is talking about national career development month to a very full chamber
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