Committee chair pitted against committee chair. The head of the Democratic Caucus looped in with another senior Black Democrat. The party’s campaign chief accused of bigfooting his way into the district of a Black freshman.
The newly redrawn New York congressional map didn’t just erase the political advantage the party hoped to gain through gerrymandering before state courts stepped in to stop them. It also set New York’s Democratic incumbents against
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