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How Gillum, Abrams, and O'Rourke Can Still Win - The Atlantic

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Losses in marquee races might lead the party to believe they can’t win elections with candidates like Andrew Gillum, Stacey Abrams, and Beto O’Rourke. But there’s more to the story.

None of these three candidates won Tuesday night, though Abrams is still fighting against her opponent Brian Kemp, pledging to wait until every vote is counted as they hold out hope for a recount and runoff. Barring a miracle for Abrams, Democrats will lose all three elections.

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I posted this article to argue with its conclusions; because I noted this discrepancy in the Presidential election, in the general support in some states that apparently voted for Trump and legalizing marijuana; something I doubt could happen and which indicates vote meddling, but only on the Presidential level. Likewise here, a number of progressive moves were confirmed, while the progressive candidates theoretically didn't get the same support; something I doubt. I believe these critical elections were rigged.

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I think you are right.

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O'Rourke has already won.His father-in-law is worth over $20 billion

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