A True Representative (Part 6)

While her luxury apartment was quite large and filled with all sorts of folks who had been working in professional politics for time out of mind, Henry found himself thinking that the whole thing felt somehow staged, out of place. The polls would be closing in another half an hour, but the mood was already celebratory; initial figures from early voting and precinct reports had him a solid ten points ahead of Craig Lewiston, and the talking heads on CNN were already dubbing it “The most lopsided upset in modern political history”.

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