Say what you want about Bre Kidman. They’ve heard it all before.
At 31, the political newcomer is jumping into one of 2020’s most highly anticipated elections ― the Senate race in Maine ― and “flipping the bird to the notion of electability” along the way.
Kidman, who prefers the pronouns they, them and their, has made history as the first openly person to run for Senate and, if elected, they would be the first openly person to serve in Congress.
“I felt called to do everything I could to stand up to a system where it looks to me as though fascism is rising in the United States,” Kidman said. “I had this very strong feeling that I