This is good ground for U.S. Rep. Sharice Davids.
At the end of a sweltering afternoon last week, Davids launched her reelection at a Mission family-run microbrewery packed wall to wall with supporters abuzz with excitement.
It was a reminder of the enthusiasm that Davids captured in a bottle in 2018 when she emerged as an unknown candidate to overcome five Democratic primary opponents and upset Republican Congressman Kevin Yoder in the general election.
Davids is looking to recapture that electricity as she sets out to win a third term in a district that is now less favorable . . .
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