The Way to Beat Ilhan Omar or Marjorie Taylor Greene Is through Their Primary Opponents

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Representative Ilhan Omar (D., Minn.) outside the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., April 10, 2019 (Jim Bourg/Reuters)

The more offensive and radical a member of Congress is, the more grassroots donors from the other party all across the country want to help defeat them. For the parties and outside groups, that can be a boon to fundraising. But donations made directly to a hopeless campaign are wasted money that could be better spent elsewhere. As a conservative, I would love to see Ilhan Omar replaced by a Republican. Progressives such as Ed Kilgore of New York would love to see Marjorie Taylor Greene replaced by a Democrat. And if Omar or Greene ran for statewide office or ran …

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