How Progressive Candidates of Color Are Building Winning Coalitions Friday, 26 June 2020 ()
How Progressive Candidates of Color Are Building Winning CoalitionsThey’re bringing together liberal white voters and voters of color, a dynamic seen this week in New York and Kentucky.

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McGrath Defeats Booker In Kentucky [Video]

McGrath Defeats Booker In Kentucky

Amy McGrath won the Democratic primary to face GOP Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in Kentucky. McGrath is a former fighter pilot and 2018 House candidate backed by the US Senate Democrats' campaign arm. She defeated Kentucky State Representative Charles Booker. Business Insider reports that McGrath positioned herself as a pro-Trump Democrat. Her eye-catching ads and national Democrats' widespread dislike of McConnell made her one of the top fundraisers of the cycle.

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Mystery Shooter Fired 12 Times Into Protest [Video]

Mystery Shooter Fired 12 Times Into Protest

(Newser) – Gunfire erupted at a protest against police violence Saturday, leaving one man dead and another person injured. Details are scant, but a bystander video (WARNING: disturbing images) shows a man just outside Jefferson Square Park in Louisville, Kentucky, shooting at a tent-filled area more than a dozen times, the Courier-Journal reports.

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