Is This the End of the Permanent Candidate Class?

Posted on AllSides November 10th, 2022
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2022 Elections, Elections
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ANALYSIS

Bidding farewell to Beto, Abrams, Crist — really, you can go now.

Texas has around 250 miles of border wall with Mexico, but it seems like the state’s most impenetrable barrier is the one keeping Beto O’Rourke out of statewide office.

Even though Republicans performed well below expectations on Tuesday night, O’Rourke was once again resoundingly rejected by voters, making 2022 his third humiliating flop in four years. Three years ago, O’Rourke dropped out of the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, recognizing that consistently polling in the 4 percent range was not exactly a...

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