- MSNBC officially has gone off the rails with its 2024 prognostications.
- Contributtor Marisa Tersa Kumar, CEO of Voto Latino, suggested pairing a political odd couple for the White House.
- “What about if we had — we pair up Liz Cheney and Stacey Abrams and actually start talking about universal voting and election reform?” Kumar said. “I could see them doing [that] kind of czar thing with the administration that’s completely bipartisan. That would be exciting.”
- Cheney, was defeated by 37 points by Harriet Hageman in an August primary election while Abrams lost a gubernatorial rematch Tuesday to Republican Gov. Brian Kemp of Georgia by more than 8%.
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