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That covers just a handful of Republicans, most of whom unseated Democrats in 2020, all of whom were in expensive races.
Signal, once a niche messaging service for the privacy-minded, is currently the most downloaded app in the United States, unseating perennially popular social media and gaming apps.
In the process, Musk unseated rival Jeff Bezos, the founder and CEO of Amazon who held the world’s richest person position since 2017.
From 1986 to this year’s election — a period that covered hundreds of judges’ races — only nine outside challengers have unseated incumbent, appointed judges, according to Maryland’s Administrative Office of the Courts.
Which means Ossoff and Warnock will get another chance to unseat these two Senate Republicans in a little under two months.
For instance, former journalist Maria Elvira Salazar unseated Democrat Donna Shalala in Florida’s 27th District.
Gianforte lost a previous attempt at this seat — failing to unseat Bullock in 2016 by 4 percentage points, 50 percent to 46 percent — and then won a 2017 special election to the House, where he’s been serving since.
Turnout among eligible voters jumped significantly in 2018, spurred largely by enthusiasm for O’Rourke’s campaign to unseat Cruz, but it was still almost 4 points behind the national average, putting Texas ahead of just 10 states.
Still, US leadership is trending old not because voters favor older leaders, but because the system protects incumbents — and because the campaign finance system makes it harder than ever to raise the money necessary to unseat a sitting leader.
HOW OLD SHOULD A PRESIDENT BE?DANIEL J. LEVITINOCTOBER 22, 2020VOX
If Butora keeps it up, it may unseat some of the industry giants in the coming years.

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