Ah, the midterms. In the long two years since 2016, we have seen a war on poor people, immigrants, women, communities of color and LGBTQ rights. Seldom has so much hung on the results of a single election.
This is where the clash of money and ideas goes to the people, and we get to decide.
Witness statewide Initiatives 1631 and 1634, the carbon tax and the misleadingly named “grocery tax.” If unlimited corporate cash is the disease infecting the body politic, then these two initiatives are what terminal illness looks like.