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      On the old site, I created a list of congressional candidates both in the House and Senate, as well as governorships that we recommended as following the progressive principles of Bernie Sanders and those we at this site have held dear.  I’d like to echo the last version of the list we had before the election which was on the old site here:


      Given that this is a forum dedicated to the House reps, I will just put in the House section of this post in this post, and put one in the senate in the Senate forum, and one for the governorships in the other section for state candidacies.  One might consider here adding a “general 2020” election forum, as there will be issues that will apply equally to all of these different forums like voter disenfranchisement, which you know will be happening soon.  Not sure whether I should subdivide this list in to separate posts in 2020 election, or if divide them as I will the initial posts I’m putting there now.  I will put in all of what was in this post #53 here, and indicate who actually won in the general election here too.  We can do a good measurement hopefully in that way of seeing how well progressive have done and how we need to work more to make bigger progress in 2019 and 2020.

      Here again is the wikipedia link for House races that I will use to help me put together this list of who won, etc. too.

      2018 – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2018_United_States_House_of_Representatives_elections


      The House: (incumbents listed here aren’t endorsed unless they are also listed in a line after their incumbent line)

      At Large district (incumbent – Don Young-R): (Don Young-R reelected)
      – Dimitri Shein-D (https://dimitriforcongress.com/) (endorsed by Our Revolution)

      2nd district (incumbent – Martha McSally-R): (Ann Kirkpatrick-D elected)





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