2018-10-12 18:04:26

Deb Haaland Is Trying to Make History #CrashingTheParty



Deb Haaland is trying to make history by becoming the first Native woman elected to Congress. Her unapologetically progressive and intersectional campaign is making waves in New Mexico. In June, Haaland handily won the Democratic nomination, getting close to 41% of the vote in a six-person primary contest. Follow FSTV's #CrashingTheParty for more coverage of the candidates challenging the status quo and crashing establishment politics.

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