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Dahleen Glanton: Tuesday's midterm elections really are about making America great again

Are you as nervous about Tuesday's midterm elections as I am?

Are you terrified that you might wake up the morning after and find out that Donald Trump has won again?

Are you wondering whether you could have done more to stop this train wreck of a presidency from gaining more steam? Are you trying to figure out how you will go on if these elections do nothing to change the status quo?

It's that same queasy feeling you used to get the day before a

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