Southern Crop

Southern Crop

West Virginia Defection Complicates Democrats’ Long Climb Back

When West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice switched parties to the GOP, the Democratic Party lost more than a state leader. It also lost some mojo in an urgent battle to rebuild the tattered party from the state level up.

 

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