Shanda Yates, Candidate for Mississippi House of Representative (Electorette Podcast)

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Shanda Yates is running for Mississippi’s House of Representative, a state crucial for Democrats to gain legislative power in the South, including putting a stop to extreme partisan gerrymandering  and fighting back against the most restrictive abortion laws in the country. 

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