Political Outsiders Are Shaking Up the Midterms

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10/4/2018 5:30AM     

As the 2018 midterms heat up, both Democratic and Republican candidates are positioning themselves as outsiders who will change the status quo. But what does it mean to be a political outsider? Photo Illustration: Denise Blostein/The Wall Street Journal

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