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(Writing by Polina Nikolskaya and Margarita Antidze; Editing by Gareth Jones, advertisers, Sen. and it shows that gene drives work less efficiently in rodents than in insects. yet has seen nine of its 12 mines close in the last decade “All weve got here is Walmart and the prison” says 70-year-old Jim Rawlings a retired coal miner The people here 94% of whom are white feel forgotten by Washington Nearly 70% of them voted for President Donald Trump in 2016 impelled by his populist fervor and his promise to restore greatness to these left-behind American hinterlands So it was somewhat startling to see more than a hundred members of the local coal miners’ union at the county fairgrounds on Sunday whooping and cheering for a 33-year-old Democratic attorney named Conor Lamb Lamb who has two Ivy League diplomas and the bearing of a model in a Vineyard Vines catalogue is the Democratic candidate in Tuesday’s special election here to replace Rep Tim Murphy the Republican congressman who resigned in disgrace last fall after it was reported that the anti-abortion lawmaker had an extramarital affair and asked his mistress to get an abortion In normal times this election in Pennsylvania’s 18th congressional district should be an easy win for the Republican candidate state representative Rick Saccone an outspoken conservative who once described himself as “Trump before Trump was Trump” And yet Lamb and Saccone are locked in a surprisingly tight contest A moderate Democrat who has eschewed talk of social issues Lamb has outraised Saccone and earned the backing of powerful local unions “You all built this country” Lamb told the group of largely retired miners at Sunday’s rally “You left it here for us to take on in the next generation We are ready to step up and lead and we will keep the promises that weve made” Lamb is something of a paradox He is the dauphin of an old Pittsburgh political family who graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and its law school only to eschew the white-shoe firms of Manhattan for a stint as a military lawyer in the Marines After prosecuting military cases in Okinawa Japan he returned home to serve as an Assistant US Attorney devoting much of his efforts to tackling illegal drugs particularly opioids (Pennsylvania had the fourth-highest overdose rate in the country in 2016 according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) At a moment when the Democratic Party is shifting leftward his politics are meticulously middle-of-the-road He’s not in favor of a ban on assault rifles He’s for Trump’s tariffs on steel and aluminum He has distanced himself from the House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi stating that he won’t support her as the Democrats’ House leader if he wins While Trump won Pennsylvania’s 18th congressional district by more than 19 points in 2016 the four counties in the state’s southwestern corner have nearly twice as many registered Democrats as Republicans Outside of Pittsburgh many of them are blue-collar workers nostalgic for the progressive labor-oriented politics of Roosevelt and Johnson “Im old school My dad worked in a coal mine his dad worked in a coal mine and I remember a long time ago when I was a kid hed always say that the Republicans were for the companies not the workers” says Don Bill a 71-year-old retired coal miner “The Democrats were for the workers” But in the last two decades many of these workers said the party lost its way “The Democrats got to be a lot like Republicans because of money” 64-year-old Barry Cox says standing outside the hall at the fairgrounds where Lamb was about to speak It’s just a couple of degrees above freezing and he’s passing time with two old friends who worked in the same mine They’ve all retired; the mine has closed The special election has been treated in the media as a referendum on Trumpism: these voters according to the narrative are the disenchanted Democrats who spurned their party for Trump in 2016 I asked them about this phenomenon and they said that the reality was more complicated “I voted for Clinton but held my nose” 73-year-old Carl Wade says “I never liked Bill Clinton and I dont like Hillary Clinton I can understand why labor voted for Trump because hes a false prophet He told them what they wanted to hear” The contempt for Trump was palpable from many of the miners at the rally He had been in the district the night before to stump for Saccone though his remarks quickly careened into a meandering exercise in self-promotion “He’s no labor guy” Rawlings scoffs “He came up here yesterday and told people he saved the Rust Belt and was going to reopen the steel mills How in the hell are you going to open the steel mills and pollute the world I mean were fossils Were something of the past Its time to move on” And yet there is a sense that many are legitimately hopeful about Lamb who if elected would be the first Democrat to represent the district since 2002 (The sickle-shaped district will not exist in its current geographical form after this year; the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled in January that the state’s gerrymandered congressional map discriminated against Democrats) Lamb would be one of the first victories in what many have described as the imminent “Democratic wave” in this fall’s midterm congressional elections But perhaps more critically it could mark a potential upending of the Democratic status quo in Washington “Its about time that Democrat candidates get back to our roots” says Pennsylvania Rep Pam Snyder a Democrat in the state legislature “These are our roots This is who we are The middle class in this country is built on the backs of labor unions” And is Lamb an heir to that “I haven’t been this excited about a congressional election in years” she says “This guy is the real deal I believe that with every fiber of my being” Contact us at [email protected] doesn’t look like young Han Solo is going to waste any time kickstarting his smuggling career in Solo: A Star Wars Story In a second trailer for the movie that debuted on Sunday Alden Ehrenreich’s Han is shown joining forces with both old and new galaxy far far away faces including Donald Glover’s Lando Calrissian and Emilia Clarke’s QiRa for a mission that appears to involve an action-packed train robbery The preview features a number of nods to the original Star Wars trilogy from the card game in which Han won the Millennium Falcon to his famous “I’ve got a bad feeling about this” quip But it’s a line from newcomer Tobias Beckett (Woody Harrelson) that seems to allude to one of the franchise’s biggest twists “Let me give you some advice” he tells Han “Assume everyone will betray you and you’ll never be disappointed” This tip seems to directly hint at the moment in The Empire Strikes Back when Han learns that Lando has sold him out to Darth Vader on Cloud City Although it could also mean that Solo will see Han suffer an earlier betrayal at the hands of someone he trusts like his childhood friend Qi’Ra Watch the full trailer above Write to Megan McCluskey at [email protected] the 2010-11 season could have been a legacy-defining one. in a display of solidarity with Muslims in the aftermath of the attack.
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