1.) Liz Watson will lose the mid term election, you damned fools. I resent the stupidity and selfishness of those embracing her campaign because winning the house back is now a matter of national security at this point. "The Blue Wave" may not be enough as it is and I deeply question the efficacy and credibility of the Democratic Party as a viable platform to overcome the serious threats to our democracy and our national cohesion. We are in big trouble and I simply do not see the leadership or attitudes necessary to facilitate unity among the broadest possible constituency. It will cost us. Probably more than you could ever imagine. I think what troubles me most is that people don't care enough (or care about others enough) to learn from their mistakes. Quite frankly I think candidate Watson is such a mismatch for this congressional race and the 9th District generally speaking that I almost have to ask if it isn't on purpose. I have no idea what ulterior motives people have these days, but it usually isn't service to others.
...and I would have:
2.) Brought different people together.
3.) Changed the who, why, and how people are elected.
4.) Exposed corruption without partisanship.
5.) Renewed interest in civic participation.
6.) Educated people.
7.) Been a game changer in passing progressive legislation.