The fruits of our labors
Nonetheless, we did well with the new Democratic House in D.C.:
Come January, women and minorities for the first time in U.S. history will hold a majority of the party’s House seats, while Republicans will continue to be overwhelmingly white and male. The chamber, already politically polarized, more than ever is going to be demographically polarized, too. [...]And when they look at the Republican party, they're going to see pretty much the same old horde of mostly sour-faced old, rich, white guys.
“When voters and citizens look at the Democratic Party, what they see is America,” said [Rep. Donna Edwards of Maryland].
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