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Former President Richard Nixon at his desk in the Oval Office of the White House on June 23, 1972. (Photo: National Archives)
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Among the stories of improbable mid-term victories still trickling in, consider Lucy McBath: The African-American two-time breast cancer survivor, retired flight attendant, fiery gun control advocate and mother of Jordan Davis, shot and killed in 2012 for being a black kid listening to music, just won her race in Georgia's suburban 6th Congressional District - a seat held for 40 years by Republicans, including Newt Gingrich and Tom Price. So yeah, there may be hope.