Doug Pagitt doesn't think the words "conservative" and "evangelical" have to go hand in hand. He's an evangelical Christian pastor from Minneapolis who heads an effort called Vote Common Good . Pagitt and his compadres are on a marathon bus tour across the country encouraging voters in battleground Congressional districts to elect Democrats on Nov. 6.
Democratic Senate hopeful Beto O'Rourke told a national television audience Thursday night that he'd vote to impeach President Donald Trump and believes Texas can lead the way to a national embracing of relaxed immigration policies and gun control — unapologetically liberal positions that may be hard for some in his deep-red state to stomach.
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