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The Year of the Suburban Woman. Life after politics, California’s transformative
politics, and avoiding clichés in your political writing.
David Wasserman of The Cook Political Report breaks down the midterm results, with a close look at how suburban women made their voices heard. Read on for what happened and what’s next.