Progressives across the nation know that this Kansas politico has a tough reelection battle ahead and so there's more hype and reporting in supporter of her.
Here's one more example and a pretty decent interview . . .
"On this week's episode of LGBTQ&A, Davids speaks about advocating for her LGBTQ+ and Native American communities in Congress, the viability of the Equality Act, keeping her romantic relationships private, and her new children's book, Sharice's Big Voice, which is out now."
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When Rep. Sharice Davids was elected to Congress in 2018, she became one of just two (along with former Rep. Deb Haaland, now Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland) Native American women to ever serve in the House of Representatives. Last year, Rep. Yvette Herrell from New Mexico brought that number to three.