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Thu May 26, 2022, 04:42 PM

Can anyone tell me why Schrader(OR) lost his party's nomination by a wider margin than

Cawthorn(NC) lost his partyís nomination?

Schrader(OR) lost by a 41-59.
Cawthorn(NC) lost by a 34-32-34(other)

Cawthorn was an embarrassment to the Republican Party or the Republican Party was an embarrassment before Cawthorn.

What was Schraderís crime?

Did Schrader have a Manchin/Sinema voting record?


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nkpolitics1212 May 2022 OP
elleng May 2022 #1
drray23 May 2022 #2
barbaraann May 2022 #3
nkpolitics1212 May 2022 #4
barbaraann May 2022 #5

Response to nkpolitics1212 (Original post)

Thu May 26, 2022, 04:46 PM

1. Dunno, but:Will Progressives in Swing Districts Get the Cuellar Treatment

From Democratic Leadership?
In recent House primaries, Nancy Pelosi saved Henry Cuellar but threw Kurt Schrader to the wolves. Now what?

https://prospect.org/politics/will-progressives-in-swing-districts-get-cuellar-treatment-democratic-leadership/

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Thu May 26, 2022, 04:47 PM

2. blue dog, pro life , nra fan , opposed much of Biden's agenda

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Thu May 26, 2022, 04:56 PM

3. Because his primary opponent is a superstar.

Jamie McLeod-Skinner, an emergency response coordinator, small business owner, engineer, attorney, and proud democrat, has focused her career on rebuilding communities and protecting our natural resources. A former union member with working-class roots, she is an outspoken advocate for climate justice, reproductive rights, racial justice, working families, and bridging the urban-rural divide.

Jamie began her public service repairing schools and hospitals in Bosnia and Kosovo before returning to the U.S. to manage refugee resettlement and organizational capacity building programs. She has led organizational change, mediated community disputes, and managed teams through crises. In 2021, Jamie led wildfire recovery efforts as Talentís Interim City Manager, bringing in millions of dollars in aid and emergency housing.

Jamie holds a bachelorís degree in Civil Engineering, a Masterís in Regional Planning, and a law degree with a focus on Natural Resources Law. She serves as an elected board member of the Jefferson County Education Service District, a board member of the Northwest Health Foundation, and she was appointed by Governor Kate Brown to serve on the Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board.

In her 2018 congressional race, Jamie inspired Democrats with the largest voter swing in the country (+26%). Along with her 2,600 volunteers, she raised $1.3 million in primarily small donations, without taking Big Pharma or fossil fuel PAC money.
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https://jamiefororegon.com/meet-jamie/

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Response to barbaraann (Reply #3)

Thu May 26, 2022, 05:37 PM

4. Did you know that 4 out of the 6 OR US House members are going to be a female?

OR-1)Bonamaci-D
OR-4)Hoyle-D
OR-5)McLeod Skinner-D
OR-6)Salinas-D


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Response to nkpolitics1212 (Reply #4)

Thu May 26, 2022, 05:50 PM

5. I hadn't noticed that!

Tina Kotek should be able to win the Gov race, too.

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