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  • | subheader = '''Candidate, Washington's 4th Congressional District''' '''Estakio Beltran''' is a Democratic candidate in [[Washington's 4th congressional district]].
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  • ...CMA Publishing (International City/County Management Association)|location=Washington, D.C.|page=[http://books.google.com/books?id=eSW9AwAAQBAJ&pg=PT38 38]|isbn= [[Category:Iowa Democrats]]
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  • He currently resides in [[Washington, DC]] with his wife, Tiffany & daughter, Ashley. ...ganizer and a nonprofit executive for twelve years in South Carolina and [[Washington, D.C.]] before getting involved in politics. Known for his activism and adv
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  • ...created by [[Robert Berks]], the other two residing in [[Washington, D.C.|Washington, DC]] and [[Israel]]. The project was successfully completed in October 201 [[Category:Georgia (U.S. state) Democrats]]
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  • | parents=George Washington Sentell Nattin<br> Nattin was one of three sons and two daughters, all deceased, of George Washington Sentell Nattin (1888-1924) and the former Eva Leona Strayhan (1885-1958). H
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  • ...er]] who has worked for various real estate and development companies in [[Washington, D.C.]] and [[Northern Virginia]]. [[Category:Maryland Democrats]]
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  • ...sixth mass extinction, scientists say, and it’s humans’ fault," ''The Washington Post'', June, 22, 2015. [http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/ ...ef>Justin Wm. Moyer, “Honeybees Dying, Situation “unheard of,” ''The Washington Post'', May 14, 2015 [http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/201
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  • ...ation-alarmism/?arc404=true The Environmental Burden of Generation Z], ''[[Washington Post]]'', 3 February 2020</ref> ...magazine)|Vice]]'', 4 June 2019</ref> According to an opinion piece in the Washington Post, children in particular are terrified, anxious and depressed about cli
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  • The establishment centers around [[Washington, D.C.]], home of the federal government. Members of the establishment inclu ...idates beat establishment Republicans in primaries, and then defeated many Democrats as well, gaining massive numbers of House seats for the Republican Party. T
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  • | headquarters = Washington, D.C. ...party is a 501c6 non-profit organization incorporated and headquartered in Washington D.C., and will also operate as an [[527 organization|IRS 527 tax entity and
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  • ...ino shooting]] in December 2015, but failed on a [[party-line vote]], with Democrats in favor and Republicans opposed.<ref name="AP"/> ...hy-is-leading-a-gun-control-filibuster/|accessdate=June 15, 2016|newspaper=Washington Post|date=June 15, 2016}}</ref> As a Murphy spokesman put it, the Senator w
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  • ...e, where he pronounced his status as pro-life democrat and challenged both democrats and republicans to protect the rights of the unborn and born alike.
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  • ...n 1988. Alpert then attended the [[Georgetown University Law Center]] in [[Washington D.C.]], graduating with his [[Juris Doctor]] in 1991.<ref name="norwichbull [[Category:Connecticut Democrats]]
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  • ...ed an internship in then Republican U.S. Senator [[Jake Garn]]'s office in Washington, D.C. While working as an intern, Hatfield met her husband, Harlan M. Hatf *[http://www.utahcountydemocrats.com/ Utah County Democrats]
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  • ...henia Joyner &mdash; First [[African-American]] leader of Florida's Senate Democrats.<ref name="The Trailblazers">{{Cite web |url=http://www.politico.com/magazi ...nton_has_a_problem.html "Hillary Clinton has a 'problem' winning over Ohio Democrats, Donald Trump's campaign says"], ''The Cleveland Plain Dealer''</ref>
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  • ...first=Juliet|date=January 23, 2017|work=[[The Washington Post]]|location=[[Washington, D.C.]]|access-date=January 24, 2017}}</ref> The order bans hiring [[Gover ...rom unions|first=Joe|last=Davidson|work=[[The Washington Post]]|location=[[Washington, D.C.]]|date=January 23, 2017|accessdate=January 23, 2017}}</ref> This was
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  • ...eeks. Just five days after the shootings, 100,000 people demonstrated in [[Washington, D.C.]] against the war. Ten days after the shootings, [[Jackson State kill [[Category:Ohio Democrats]]
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  • ...es presidential election, 2016|faithless elector]] in [[Washington (state)|Washington]], who cast it for her instead of [[Hillary Clinton]]. ...Utilities Commission}}</ref> She attended the [[American University]] in [[Washington, D.C.]], and [[Black Hills State College]] in [[Spearfish, South Dakota]],
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  • ...ing unpopularity in the Third District. Kidd even attended a fundraiser in Washington D.C. with local residents upset with Chaffetz for attempting to overturn th
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  • | place = [[Washington, D.C.]], United States ...''', is an upcoming march, scheduled to take place on April 29, 2017, in [[Washington, D.C.]], United States.<ref name="Henn">{{cite web|last1=Henn|first1=Jamie|
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