Amanda Litman

Run for Something

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Amanda Litman is a co-founder of Run for Something, which recruits young progressives seeking elected office on the state and local level. She was email director for Hillary Clinton.

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If Jon Ossoff had won yesterday in the Atlanta suburbs, his campaign would have provided a blueprint for other Democrats to challenge the GOP, but he lost — after the most expensive…

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