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Thanks largely to new, controversially created congressional maps, the state’s often somnambulant self is suddenly shaking in ways formerly unimagined.
Especially surprising is that the closeness of the race can largely be attributed to the obsessive energies of the sixth district’s women, an army of mostly white, suburban working mothers who had until now lived politically somnambulant lives.
In gentler driving, there’s a newfound poise that replaces the somnambulant motions of the previous car.
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