The liberal tsunami that swamped moderate, Republican-aligned Democrats in the state Senate was fueled by unprecedented voter turnout. More than 1.5 million Democrats — 27 percent of all those registered to vote — flocked to polls around the state, the highest in a Democratic primary in at least two decades, records show. “We have a...
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