Civil Politics (11/5/21): A Rollercoaster of Emotions

Further Reading:

Murphy ekes out win in NJ, GOP’s Youngkin upsets in Virginia – https://bit.ly/3q6Jzpi

Did critical race theory really swing the Virginia election? – https://bit.ly/3nXTqLq

Virginia election sees highest turnout in recent history, fueling Glenn Youngkin’s victory – https://cnb.cx/3o23rXU

Michelle Wu is Boston’s first woman and first person of color elected mayor – https://n.pr/3BJzReF

Joshua Garcia to be sworn in as mayor of Holyoke – https://bit.ly/3bN8c1K

Northampton mayoral election results – https://bit.ly/3wjZxgJ

Northampton voters resoundingly pass municipal broadband ballot question, opening path to city-wide internet – https://bit.ly/3mJbNEz


Beginning Music: Glenn Gould – Goldberg Variation #5
Ending Music: Electronic – Getting Away With it (Instrumental)

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