Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Corey Stewart, the bombastic conservative who built his public image on championing Confederate symbols, won the Republican Senate nomination in Virginia. Stewart, a member of the Prince William County Board of Supervisors, defeated state House member Nick Freitas and minister E.W. Jackson in Tuesday's primary. Freitas conceded the race Tuesday night, according to local media. He now faces Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine, the party's 2016 vice presidential nominee and a heavy favorite for re-election, in November's midterm election.
Time for Republicans to Take Ownership of Their Racism: Its time for the republicans to fess up and take ownership of their racism. They cant keep pretending that these openly racist candidates win republican primaries without the support of the people who keep voting for them. YOUR PARTY VOTED FOR THEM BECAUSE YOU LIKE WHAT THEY STAND FOR. They run as republicans and republicans vote for them. They are the voice of your party, your elected representatives.
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