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03/17/2023

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George Vecsey

Bill, fascinating rundown on Congress,
I have some questions....You mention 7% members are Protestants That seems off,to me.
Maxwell Frost is so poised and smart...makes up for the fool Cawthorn who is gone.
Is there a statistical category for the rep, from my district (North Shore Nassau County NY), the liar and crook Santos. He ran against a very unimpressive older Dem, but still....
Finally, i love the stat that 98 members of Congress have served in the military Having done three years of ROTC in college, I was proud to observe many members taking charge when Trump's Raiders stormed Congress. Many escorted or comforted colleagues....made themselves noticeable...Jason Crow from CO. That's what military is taught to do. Great post. GV

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