Opinion

Joan Vennochi

Democrats played hardball with Marisa DeFranco

So much for the sisterhood.

When push came to shove, Marisa DeFranco got shoved off the primary ballot. Winning in November is more important to Democrats than standing behind one woman who wanted to challenge another one for the right to run for US Senate.

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