Voters are ‘on fire about politics.’ Why the 2018 midterm elections feel so epic.
WASHINGTON — Ever since President Trump’s election, Hannah Laurison has had an eye on Nov. 6, 2018.
So stunned the morning of Trump’s victory that she couldn’t find the words to tell her daughters, the Philadelphian found her voice soon after. After commiserating and crying with friends, Laurison helped organize weekly protests outside Republican Sen. Pat Toomey’s offices in Pennsylvania, and now leads a coalition of grassroots liberal groups working across the state.
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