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In the House, there are currently zero non-partisans serving as representatives, out of 435. After November, this could change. Democrats and Republicans alike do not know how to respond to this reality. They’re out-of-touch, but this isn’t news.

by Jane Susskind, published

In the House, there are currently zero non-partisans serving as representatives, out of 435. After November, this could change. Democrats and Republicans alike do not know how to respond to this reality. They’re out-of-touch, but this isn’t news.
Kymberly Bays, on partisan reaction to independent campaigns 

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