Democrats Brent Welder and Tom Niermann have all the money.
Between the two of them, they’ve raised more than $1 million in their bid to unseat Republican Congressman Kevin Yoder this year.
Political oddsmakers think they have better than a fighting chance — if they get that far.
But there’s another movement that’s starting to sweep the country that may play into the hands of the two Democratic women running against Welder and Niermann in the primary.
Women — Democrats in particular — are scoring primary victories in droves.
Less than two weeks ago, seven women won their Democratic primaries . . .
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