Sonji Jacobs

Reporter, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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Veteran  Senator Joe Lieberman  lost to  Ned Lamont  in yesterday's  Democratic primary  with 48% to Lamont's 52.  This morning  Lieberman filed to run as an Independent  in November's…

What Do Yesterday's Primary Results Mean for the Future?

Veteran Senator Joe Lieberman lost to Ned Lamont in yesterday's Democratic primary with 48% to Lamont's 52.  This morning Lieberman filed to run as an Independent in November's…

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