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Voters in New York’s 19th Congressional district will face two moral tests when they take a ballot on November 8. The first moral test will involve a choice between Donald “Grab ‘Em in the [Expletive] Trump” and Hillary Clinton. The second moral test will involve a choice between a Republican who has tied himself to... Read more »
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