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The Daily BeastNov 14, 2018
A Request to Mark Penn, Andy Stein, and Any Other So-Called Democrats Talking Up Clinton 2020: Respectfully, Shut Up
Jamie McCarthy/Getty for GlamourIn the week since the midterm elections, the news just gets better and better for Democrats.

In recent days, we have picked up a GOP-held Senate seat in Arizona and continue racking up congressional wins in California. The expectation is that we'll get very close to gaining 40 seats when every vote is counted, the largest Democrat gain in the post-Watergate era. Not to mention the hundreds of state legislative seats and seven governor's mansions, and ongoing recounts in Georgia and Florida.

It was a blue wave.

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The Daily BeastNov 13, 2018
Kyrsten Sinema's Election Win in Arizona Is a Big, Bisexual Leap Forward
Photo Illustration by The Daily BeastFirst, there was Kate Brown. Now, Kyrsten Sinema. After the midterm elections, LGBT leaders believe that we are finally in the midst of a turning point for bisexual people in public life.

On Monday night, the result was official: centrist Democratic candidate—and bisexual woman—Sinema will become the first openly bisexual Senator in United States history, in addition to being the first woman Arizona has ever elected to the Senate. She now joins Oregon governor Kate Brown, who was just re-elected, as one of the highest-ranking bisexual elected officials in a country where they number few and far between.

In fact, according to a 2017 Victory Institute report, less than two percent of all LGBT elected officials in the country are bisexual, even though they are estimated to constitute a slight majority of the LGBT communit

Politics - U.S. SenateNov 13, 2018
How Kyrsten Sinema Won Her Senate Seat and Pulled Off a Historic Arizona Triumph
Ms. Sinema began her political career as an antiwar activist and then transformed into a pro-business conservative Democrat who often voted alongside Republicans.

CNN PoliticsNov 13, 2018
The Point: Here's the real reason Martha McSally conceded the Arizona Senate race before all the votes were counted
The image was decidedly odd -- and sort of nice.

Washington Post PoliticsNov 12, 2018
Sinema wins in Arizona as Democrats capture a longtime GOP Senate seat
Sinema, who defeated fellow congresswoman Martha McSally, will replace Republican Sen. Jeff Flake
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