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Move over Ilhan Omar: Congressional candidates debating using ASCII art

It’s annoying enough when one of “The Squad” posts something “profound” inside a teacup, but Joshua Collins, who’s running for Congress in Washington, seems to be campaigning exclusively through memes and ASCII art. Take these two examples:

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You’ve lost our vote.

That one earned some more ASCII art from New York congressional candidate Joey Saladino:

Good one.

Fortunately, just plain sentences still work on Twitter.

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