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Why Alabama Is the Future of the Progressive Movement

Why Alabama Is the Future of the Progressive Movement

Travis Jackson

With just days left before the midterms, most of us are wondering about the possibilities of a new political wave washing over our communities.

Although most of us want the same things—like safety for our children and adequate healthcare that allows our families and communities to thrive—it’s no secret that some officials will, if elected, carelessly ignore those of us trying to make life better for ourselves and our families, in favor of their wealthy donors.

it is small flame of hope that Mr. Jackson points to.
I hope his efforts succeed.
If the progressives succeed in Alabama, the rest of the country could be far easier.

All the best to the folks.

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Where do these writers get their numbers from ? There are only 3,777,929 eligible voters in the state of AL, according to the US census. So the numbers the author quotes are obviously skewed. If 39% of these casted a vote, then there’s no way 3 mil. didn’t vote.

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