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Ayanna Pressley Tweets Epic Photo of New Congresswomen

Pressley gives a shoutout to fellow Democrats who are making history in Congress.

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Ayanna Pressley, the first Black woman to be elected to Congress in Massachusetts' history, posted a photo on Twitter on Thursday night that's since gotten more than 27,000 likes.

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Conservative Pundit on Slavery, Constitution: 'The South Wanted Blacks to Count for a Full Person'

On Fox News, Dinesh D'Souza tried to give his version of the three-fifths compromise in the Constitution. A historian slammed him on Twitter.

Dinesh D'Souza, a controversial right-wing filmmaker and pundit, who has made racist remarks about former President Obama, went on Fox News on Monday to contest Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's statement that the Electoral College is a remnant of the days of slavery in the U.S.

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Progressive Black Woman Defeats Middle of the Road Incumbent White Male Democrat

Ayanna Pressley is likely to become the first Black woman to be elected to Congress in Massachusetts' history.

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In a wave of unprecedented primary wins by diverse, younger and progressive candidates, before the Nov. 6 election, a Black woman is set to make history as the first to be elected to U.S. Congress in Massachusetts.

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Claps Back at GOP Rep. Who Calls Her ‘Whatever She Is’ — ‘I Am a Puerto Rican Woman’

"I am a Puerto Rican woman. It's strange you don't know what that is, given that ~75,000 Puerto Ricans have relocated to Florida in the 10 mos since María," 28-year-old Ocasio-Cortez tweeted at GOP Rep. Ron DeSantis (Fla.).

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Congressional hopeful Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez delivered a response to a Republican Congressman who wasn't quite sure of "whatever she is."

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Win Is Important — But Here's Where She Dropped The Ball

Democratic voters were tired of the old. So they brought in the new.

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's victory yesterday was a major win for the struggling Democratic party. It was also a slap in the face for her opponent, Joe Crowley. Crowley, the Dem's golden boy, was publicly campaigning to replace the tepid, complacent Pelosi as the speaker of the House. The party has been held back for years due to political fence riding at the expense of their constituents and Crowley was a part of that club. The uber-liberal Ocasio-Cortez focused on Medicare for all and other super liberal issues that mainstream Democrats were afraid to touch.

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