Evergreen Aimee Season 1 Episode 7 - Impeachy Keen

Evergreen Aimee Season 1, Episode 7
Impeach Keen

Aimee, Carolyn, Alec and Lynette walk to the House floor.

Aimee: Why is everyone so on edge today? Everyone looks so pale and lifeless and anxious. I feel like I’m in my therapist’s office.

Carolyn: The Democrats are about to block a key piece of the President’s agenda. It’s a sad day, Aimee.

Aimee: They block his agenda every day. Why’s today any different?

Lynette: Because the President got involved today.

Aimee: Oh god, what did he do now?

Victor: Shh! Can’t you guys every just take your seats quietly?

Aimee: What is going on?

Alec: The President held a rally outside with thousands of supporters.

Aimee: He did?

Alec: How did you not see when you came in to work?

Aimee: I fell asleep in the office again. I’m tired and pregnant, I hate it!

Carolyn: So that’s why Victoria called me seventeen times and texted me fourteen times asking “Where is Aimee?,” “What’s wrong with Aimee?,” “Is Aimee dead?,” “Should I plan a funeral?” and “Does Saturday work for the funeral?”

Aimee: She never called me?

Lynette: Well, she thought you were dead.

Alec: The President said “We have to fight like crazy to get this passed” and “Do whatever it takes.”

Carolyn: The liberals are very concerned, as they always are.

Margo: We have a right to be.

Carolyn: Good lord, where’d you come from?

Margo: You’re on the House floor, Carolyn.

Alicia: On the Democratic side, no less. You were so distracted by your conversation that you walked over here.

Lyentte: Well, Victor reprimanded us so we thought it would be safer to be over here.

Nanette: Ladies and gentlemen, please be silent for the opening prayer, performed by Congressman Elijah Claime.

Aimee: Should we go back to the Republican side?

Alec: We don’t need to attract more attention.

Margo: Please be quiet.

Aimee: Sorry, Margo!

Five minutes later…

Aimee: Did he just say “Amen and awoman?”

Carolyn: Liberals…

Alicia: You’re really mad at us liberals today, Carolyn.

Carolyn: We worked so hard on this bill and you’re killing it because you’re so partisan. Of course I’m mad.

Alicia: I’m the most bipartisan member of the House. If I don’t support your bill, that just means you made no attempt to win moderates over. You’re the minority, you know you needed to do that to have any chance of passing.

Nanette: Today, we vote on H.R. 72, the Gun Rights Protection Act. Debate on this bill will last four hours, divided evenly among both parties. I now designate Representative Sharon Balducci of Oregon as Speaker Pro Tem to oversee debate.

Aimee: So, should we go back to the Republican side now? Or do rules no longer matter?

Lynette: I am the Chair of the House Republican Conference, of course I care about the rules!

Carolyn: You love to throw that around, don’t you? I held the job longer than you’ve had it. I never went around bragging about it.

Alec: I’m going over there.

Alicia: Thank god. You’re really crowding us in here. I’m sitting on Margo’s lap!

Margo: I don’t mind. I’m used to being crammed in small spaces, I have to fly six hours across the country every week. In coach!

Alicia: We get it, Margo. Life’s a bitch.

Victor: Carolyn, it’s your time to speak!

Carolyn: Victor’s calling me, gotta go!

Lynette: We have ears, Carolyn.

Carolyn: I know that, Lynette.

Margo: They’re very passive aggressive today.

Alec: They’re always like that.

Aimee, Lynette and Alec walk over to the Republican aisle and sit down as Carolyn walks to to microphone to speak.

Sharon: Five minutes to the gentlelady from Washington.

Carolyn: Madam Speaker, I rise today in support of H.R. 72. While this bill is not perfect, it is very clearly necessary. It’s supported by the majority of the American public per the latest data from Patriot Polls and is one of the m-

Sharon: Congresswoman Mackenzie Roy, I -

Carolyn: My five minutes are not up!

Sharon: The House is adjourning.

Carolyn: What? Why?

Sharon: Please evacuate the House floor in an orderly fashion.

Aimee: What is going on?

Lynette: Aimee, we need to go.

Aimee: What is happening?

Alec: The mob.

Aimee: Al Capone did this?

Lynette: Aimee, now!

Carolyn: I’m quite frightened, ladies.

Margo: I told you we had a reason to be concerned!

Carolyn: You were right, Margo. Do you want a cookie?

House Floor Aide: Please evacuate the premises immediately. Proceed with caution using the emergency guidelines that are in place.

Sharon: Order!

Victor: How do we stay in order when you won’t tell us what’s wrong?

Sharon: There has been a security breach. We are all in danger.

Victor: Thank you, was that so hard?

Lynette: Victor! We need to go!

Victor: Ladies first!

Aimee: I need to call my mom.

Carolyn: Aimee, I feel like that can wait.

They hear a banging on the door to the house chamber.

Margo: Oh god, we’re gonna die!

Alicia: No, we are not. We just need to go.

Margo: What do you know, Alicia?

Alicia: I was in the CIA.

Margo: That doesn’t make you a fortune teller.

Aimee, Carolyn, Lynette and Alec exit the House chamber and begin to escape the capitol.

Aimee: What about the members in the gallery? What are they going to do?

Alec: Aimee, worry about yourself for once!

Aimee: I’m walking as fast as I can.

Lynette: Aimee, do you have your gas mask?

Aimee: I don’t carry it in my purse, no.

Lynette: We were supposed to put them on.

Carolyn: You look ridiculous, Lynette.

Lynette: Safety isn’t ridiculous.

Alec: Where is the Speaker?

Carolyn: I don’t keep tabs on her, Alec. I’m not her keeper.

Alec: Surely they’re coming for her. I hope she’s safe.

Carolyn: She’ll be fine. The woman’s a battle axe.

Aimee: I’m calling my family now.

Alec: As long as you can walk and talk, fine.

They hear a gunshot in the House chamber.

Margo: They’re in the chamber!

Alicia: Margo, be quiet!

Margo: They’re gonna get us!

Alicia: Keep moving, we are fine in here. They don’t know about this passageway.

Margo: Are you sure?

Alicia: Schaffer…

Aimee calls Cherie and Ernesto. Kimmy answers.

Kimmy: Aimee, aren’t you supposed to be working instead of interrupting my TV time? Not that you usually work, but -

Aimee (crying): Kimmy…

Kimmy: Aimee, what’s wrong? I hear terror in your voice.

Aimee: Honey, I -

Kimmy: Honey?

Aimee: I don’t know if I’m going to see you again.

Kimmy: What are you talking about?

Aimee: I love you very much. I need you to get mom for me.

Kimmy: Aimee, what is going on?

Aimee: I can’t explain it, just get mom.

Kimmy: I’ll get her, I’ll get her.

Alec: Aimee, are you okay?

Aimee: No. I need a hug.

Alec: It’s hard to walk and hug, but I’ll try.

Kimmy: I got mom. I don’t know what’s going on, but I love you and I’m going to see you again soon. Okay?

Aimee: Thank you, Kimmy.

Cherie: Kimmy won’t tell me what’s wrong but she’s crying. What did you say to her?

Aimee: Mom! I love you!

Cherie: Something’s wrong.

Aimee: Have you seen the news?

Cherie: No, I’ve been cleaning the house. Your father has a stomachache, so he’s resting. We were watching TV earlier but we let Kimmy pick the show for some reason and she made us watch something called Bizaardvark. We wanted to watch The Crown. I think that’s why your father is sick.

Aimee: Some things are happening at the Capitol today.

Ernesto: Oh god! Cherie, look at this!

Aimee: Dad’s finding out now.

Cherie: Ernesto! I’m on the phone with Aimee!

Ernesto: Aimee! Are you safe?

Cherie: Why would she not b- oh my god! Aimee!

Aimee: I don’t have much time.

Cherie: What do you mean you don’t have much time?

Aimee: I’m evacuating the Capitol right now. I don’t know if they’ll find our hiding place, I don’t know if I’ll get out of this. These people are angry.

Cherie: You will get through this, because god is with you. He is with you everywhere and will get you through this.

Aimee: Put me on speakerphone, please. I want to talk to dad, too.

Cherie: Speakerphone? How do I-?

Kimmy: Mom, here. This button.

Cherie: What button?

Kimmy: The one that says “SPK” on it.

Cherie: What does that mean?

Kimmy: Speaker…

Aimee: Mom, limited time.

Cherie: Sorry!

Aimee: Dad, you there?

Ernesto: I hear you, honey!

Aimee: Thank you so much for all that you’ve done for me. If that mob gets to me, I need you to know how much I love you all. I couldn’t ask for better parents.

Cherie: We love you so much! 

Ernesto: We’re going to talk to you so soon. I love you!

Aimee: I need you guys to hang up the phone because I can’t do it.

Ernesto: Okay, mija. Will do.

Cherie hangs up the phone.

Aimee: What if that was the last time I’ll ever talk to them?

Lynette: We’re going to get through this, Aimee.

Carolyn: Margo might not, I think Alicia’s going to kill her.

Alec: How long do we need to walk?

Lynette: I’m starting to think we’re going the wrong way.

Carolyn: We’re going the right way. The evacuation tunnel is just very long.

Aimee: I’m going to call my aunt, okay?

Carolyn: You do what makes you feel better.

Aimee calls Victoria. She doesn’t get a response.

Carolyn: She’s probably sleeping. Probably an intense Price is Right today that tuckered her out.

Aimee: I need to get in contact with her.

Alec: Hold that though, we’re here. We’re gonna shelter in this room.

Aimee: Here?

Alec: Here!

Aimee: Can’t they get to us here?

Carolyn: We’ll be fine here. The tunnel is hidden and no one will know it exists unless someone told them.

Aimee: So we just have to hope there’s not a traitor in our midst.

Lynette: Well, if there was a traitor, they probably wouldn't have shown up to work today. They wouldn’t be in this room with us.

Aimee: I didn’t mean that they literally were here. They’re probably back somewhere safe watching this all go down.

Carolyn: There’s a ninety-five percent chance that there’s no traitor. Don’t worry yourself. Capitol Police will get the mob out of the Capitol and it’ll all be fine.

Aimee: So I didn’t have to call my family to tell them goodbye?

Carolyn: Probably not…

Aimee: Maybe I should call them again and tell them I’m going to be okay.

Carolyn: You do that.

Lynette: Has anyone seen Victor? Victor, where are you?

Victor: Over here, Lynette! I’m on the phone!

Lynette: Is everyone accounted for?

Victor: It’s an important call, Lynette! Wait a minute!

Lynette: Okay…

Alec: Lynette, breathe in. Breathe out.

Lynette: I’m fine, Alec. I don’t need to breathe.

Alec: I think breathing is pretty essential to life.

Carolyn: That’s why she should probably take that stupid gas mask off.

Lynette: That’s still on?

Carolyn: I think it’s killing brain cells.

Alec: She needed to have some first for that to happen.

Lynette: Very funny…

Aimee: I just called my parents. They were very happy to learn that I’m probably not going to die today. Kimmy was annoyed that I was again interrupting her binge of Bizaardvark. I don’t know what that is but I’m glad she enjoys it. I know one thing, after all of this, I am very excited to no longer be in Congress.

Lynette: Me, too.

Carolyn: Honey, you’re running for Senate and unlike Aimee, you’ll win. That’s still Congress.

Lynette: Oh man…

Victor: Ladies and gentlemen! I don’t know where Speaker Peretti is, so I’m going to take charge as leader.

Nanette: I’m right here, Leader Mulcahy. You’re not getting rid of me that easily.

Alec: You mean the Speaker of the House was here among us all along and we didn’t even notice?

Nanette: I just got off the phone with Capitol Police Chief Harry Eichman. He says that these terrorists have completely overtaken the Capitol building, but that they are working as hard as they can. The President has yet to call in the National Guard, but Governor Santana of Pennsylvania and Governor Carlyle of Delaware have called in their state national guards. For now, we all just need to remain calm here and wait this out. I’ve been assured that this is a safe and secure location.

Margo: Madam Speaker, what is going on up there?

Nanette: It appears that attendees from the President’s rally today have breached the Capitol. We don’t know why, we don’t know what their goal is, but we know that they are violent, and that they are armed and dangerous.

Alec: Madam Speaker, is everyone accounted for?

Nanette: No, Congressman Kefauver. It’s not possible to account for every member at this time, not everyone was on the floor. Some were in the balcony, some were in their offices. We just have to pray and send good thoughts to those who are not in this room.

Aimee: Carolyn, what if they get to them?

Carolyn: Aimee, don’t think about that. Just relax and wait this out.

Aimee: How can we, in good conscience, sit down here safely and ride this out while our co-workers could be getting attacked or killed up there?

Carolyn: Aimee, there is nothing we can physically do to stop whatever hell is being unleashed up there. We just have to wait.

The next morning…

Dave: Aimee! It’s Thursday! What are you doing here?

Victoria: I’m here, too!

Aimee: I took the redeye. I had to get out of DC. I needed to see my family.

Dave: Go sit down, I’ll get your luggage.

Aimee: I’m okay, Dave. I can carry it.

Dave: You look exhausted.

Victoria: I told her to sleep on the plane but she doesn’t listen!

Dave: That’s Aimee.

Aimee: I’m gonna go lay down for a while. It’s been a rough day.

Dave: That’s not a problem at all, you have earned it and then some.

Aimee: Wait, one second. I think I forgot to call mom.

Dave: To tell her you’re home early? You didn’t call me, either.

Aimee: No, I forgot to call her and tell her I’m still alive.

Victoria: I think she knows, dear.

Aimee: Wait, I did call them. Man, I’m tired.

Dave: Yeah, we’re gonna get you to bed, hon.

Victoria: I’ll take the arms if you take the legs.

Aimee: I can walk to my bedroom!

Dave: Hurry before the children wake up.

Aimee: Oh, I forgot about them.

Victoria: How does one forget about her children with such a persistent reminder of motherhood?

Dave: She’s very tired.

Victoria: She’s definitely going to fall asleep in her pantsuit.

Dave: Wouldn’t be the first time.

Later that night, at Cherie and Ernesto’s…

Cherie: Aimee, you scared me so much yesterday. I am so happy you’re safe.

Aimee: Some other people scared me.

Kimmy: Supporters of your guy!

Aimee: Kimmy’s back, everyone!

Kimmy: Look, just because I’ve been helping your campaign the past few weeks doesn’t mean I’m not the flaming radical liberal I’ve always been. It’s just that family has to come first.

Ernesto: I think I speak for everyone when I saw that yesterday was horrifying.

Cherie: I saw people rushing into the House chamber and trashing it and I had no idea where you were.

Kimmy: Her telling us it might be the last time we ever speak to her didn’t exactly comfort us.

Ernesto: Faith got her through.

Aimee: Faith, and tunnels.

Ernesto: Tunnels?

Aimee: Long story.

Victoria: I was watching Netflix, which Kimmy just taught me how to use, so I didn’t see any of it unfolding.

Aimee: I called you right after I talked to mom and dad.

Kimmy: And Kimmy!

Aimee: I thought you were out but apparently I’m just not as important as Grace and Frankie.

Dave: You didn’t call me to say goodbye!

Aimee: I was already in the bunker by the time I would’ve called you. I wanted to talk to you last in case something did happen. I wanted you to be the last person I said “I love you” to.

Kimmy: Aww, how sweet.

Victoria: It is sweet!

Ernesto: I’m a little jealous, I can’t lie.

Cherie: One second, the Speaker of the House is on TV.

Victoria: Is Cherie a liberal now? I’ve been trying for seventy years and all it took was a little insurrection?

Cherie: Be quiet, Victoria.

Victoria: Gladly. I love Nanette.

Nanette: My fellow Americans, I speak to you today with a heavy heart. It is now twenty-four hours since the deadly attack on our nation’s capitol came to an end. In these twenty-four hours, so many troubling and devastating things have been revealed about the attack. That’s why I am announcing that the United States House of Representatives will be beginning impeachment proceedings against President Delphy, who was undeniably involved in this attack.

Kimmy: Good for her!

Nanette: He encouraged and fomented this attack, leading his supporters, many of them armed, to attack this symbol of our nation’s democracy. While the House is in recess for the remainder of the week, I am setting the date of this vote for next Tuesday. Thank you, and goodnight.

Aimee: Oh god…

Cherie: I’m going to shock you all here.

Victoria: I’m listening.

Cherie: She’s doing the right thing.

Ernesto: She is.

Kimmy: What has happened to my parents?

Ernesto: That angry mob could’ve killed your sister and the President made it happen. I’m always going to side with my children over my party.

Victoria: If only Aimee’s colleagues felt the same way.

Kimmy: If only Aimee felt the same way!

Aimee: I didn’t say anything, Kimmy.

Kimmy: I can see it in your eyes, you don’t want to impeach him.

Aimee: No one ever wants to impeach the President. Well, maybe Nanette.

Kimmy: So you’ll vote to impeach him?

Aimee: I haven’t decided anything. I need to hear evidence.

Cherie: Just do what your heart tells you to do. Listen to the evidence and then vote the way your heart tells you.

Aimee: I will, mom.

Cherie: That’s all I can ever ask of you. And, Kimmy, stop mocking your sister.

Kimmy: Never!

Monday, in Victor’s office…

Victor: Aimee! What’s up?

Aimee: I wanted to talk to you about the, you know…

Victor: Insurrection?

Aimee: You know me too well.

Victor: You’re like twentieth member to come talk to me about it.

Aimee: It is something of a hot topic, I guess.

Victor: What do you want to know?

Aimee: Well, you’ve been briefed on it more than I have. How was POTUS involved?

Victor: I didn’t tell many people this but I think you should know because I know how much the ordeal scared you.

Aimee: It was horrifying, for all of us. Except Carolyn. She’s made of steel.

Victor: Okay, remember my phone call on Wednesday?

Aimee: No, I was tied up with my own.

Victor: I was talking to President Delphy. I asked him to condemn the attack and ask them to go home. He refused and said it was “a very good thing” that was happening” and added “Victor, I guess you don’t want this bill passed as much as I do.”

Aimee: Um…

Victor: I wrote the damn bill!

Aimee: That’s not good, Victor.

Victor: It’s not. Now, I have to get to another meeting so I hope you don’t mind me cutting out early.

Aimee: Don’t be late to your meeting on my behalf. I’ve heard enough.

Victor: Have a good day, Aimee.

Aimee: You, too. Stay safe out there.

Victor: It’s horrifying we even have to say that to each other at work.

Aimee: I’ll be honest, I can’t wait to get out of here.

Victor: We all feel that way sometimes. It’ll pass.

Aimee: I doubt that!


In Aimee’s office…

Lynette: Thank god you’re back!

Aimee: How did you get in here again?

Lynette: Denise told me where the key was.

Aimee: Why would she do that?

Alec: Lynette called her and bugged her. She told her because it was five AM in Washington state and she wanted to go back to bed.

Rep Doug Newbury: Is there room in here for four?

Lynette: We’re missing our other Washingtonian so come on in!

Aimee: Look at Lynette inviting someone into my office without asking.

Doug: So I’m not allowed in?

Aimee: Of course you are, buddy!

Doug: Buddy?

Aimee: We don’t talk enough, Dave. Let’s talk more!

Lynette: I’m guessing we’re all here for the same reason.

Doug: Impeachment?

Lynette: Impeachment.

Aimee: How did you guys know I needed help?

Lynette: You’ve looked distressed all day.

Aimee: I am distressed! I’m still not okay after the horrors of that day.

Doug: Tell me about it. I was locked in my office during the insurrection and I saw those armed loons walk past my office. They looked in but thankfully didn’t see me. It felt like I was watching The Purge.

Aimee: You were in your office?

Doug: Yeah. Victor didn’t give me any time to speak during the floor discussion and I decided to stay in the office and get work done. I think that was a mistake but the House floor didn’t look like a much better place to be.

Alec: Nakamura was the only lucky one that day.

Lynette: She was in the hospital recovering from appendicitis!

Alec: Much better than being here that day!

Lynette: Maybe I should start the discussion. I’m voting for impeachment. Delphy could’ve gotten us killed. This is all on him.

Alec: I’ve been saying that since Thursday morning.

Lyentte: Well look at you. It’s not a race, Alec.

Alec: I did it first, though.

Lynette: Still not a race!

Doug: I’m still undecided. Delphy was wrong, but I don’t know if you can put the entire blame on him. He didn’t storm the capitol himself.

Aimee: Have you spoken to Victor?

Lynette: That ass.

Aimee: Why are you saying that?

Lynette: Victor told me he’s voting no. He isn’t whipping votes against impeachment, but he’s not supporting it. He doesn’t have a backbone. This is not the Republican Party of Rick Chaffee, that’s for sure.

Alec: Your dad is still alive and he’s still in the Republican Party.

Lynette: Don’t be a smart aleck.

Alec: That’s my name, and I’m pretty smart. I can’t not be a smart Alec.

Lynette: I don’t have the patience for this today.

Aimee: Where is Carolyn?

Lynette: Meeting with Victor. Last I knew, she was a maybe.

Aimee: Why are you so firmly decided on it, guys? I haven’t really heard a reason.

Lynette: The President told them to “do whatever it takes” and “fight like crazy” all while standing in front of the Capitol. I think that’s a pretty bad look.

Alec: Not to mention that he didn’t call it off. He refused to.

Aimee: Yeah, he did. do that.

Doug: He did?

Aimee: Oh, Doug. You’re really out of the loop, aren’t you?

Doug: No one ever tells me anything.

Lynette: Aimee, I am the #3 Republican in the House. I’m voting to impeach the President. You can, too. You have nothing to lose. I know you, honey. You won’t be able to live with yourself if you vote against this. He needs to be punished. I am willing to take a bullet for you here. I’m willing to give you cover. I will get all the scrutiny. You just need to click that green little button tomorrow.

Aimee: I think I have to do it.

Alec: I’m proud of you.

Aimee: People died because of this, I can’t ignore that.

Alec: We know. You don’t have to convince us. We’ve been decided for a while.

Doug: I still don’t know what I’m doing.

Lynette: You’re still here?

There is a knock at the door.

Nanette: Congresswoman Ferrera Don-

Aimee: I’m here!

Nanette: Can I speak to you in private?

Lynette: We’ll go, Aimes.

Aimee: Thank you for the advice.

Alec: Any time!

Lynette, Alec and Doug leave.

Nanette: Congresswoman, how are you doing? I know Wednesday was a hard day for you.

Aimee: It was hard for a lot of us.

Nanette: I’ve been here for thirty-five years and I’ve never seen anything as horrific. You’re one I was worried the most about. You’re a pregnant mother of young children, I can’t imagine what went through your head.

Aimee: I called my family to say goodbye. It was a bad day.

Nanette: I’m so sorry you went through that, it’s awful.

Aimee: I’m sure you want to know about impeachment…

Nanette: I was going to ask.

Aimee: I have to release an official statement, but I’m a yes. The President betrayed his duty.

Nanette: I completely agree. Would you be interested in speaking tomorrow?

Aimee: I’m gonna have to think about that.

Nanette: Just let me know by tomorrow, okay?

Aimee: Will do, Madam Speaker.

That night, when Aimee returns to at Victoria’s…

Victoria: Aimee, I’m very proud of you.

Aimee: You barely ever say that to me! Well, when it’s related to politics, that is.

Victoria: I usually disagree with what you do, but I’m always proud of you standing up for what you believe in. I’m so happy you’re doing this, though. Delphy needs to go, and you give me hope that better days are ahead.

Aimee: I’m only one person.

Victoria: You, Lynette, Alec, and two other guys. Five of you give me hope! Speaking of which, you got a call form Denise. I think you should call her back.

Aimee: Oh, crap! I forgot to tell her I was doing this.

Victoria: I’ll give you your privacy.

Aimee: Thank you, Aunt Victoria.

Aimee calls Denise.

Denise: Aimee! You’re in the news!

Aimee: I figured I would be.

Denise: You’re a darling of the left now. 

Aimee: The corporate left-wing media, that is. Actual people on the left do not like me still. Just ask Kimmy. Look, Denise, I’m really sorry I didn’t tell you I was doing this in advance. You should’ve known. This is probably go-

Denise: Aimee, you’re doing the right thing. You don’t need my permission for that. I’d be furious with you if you didn’t vote to impeach him. I was terrified for you that day and it’s the President’s fault.

Aimee: Aww, you were worried about me?

Denise: Of course I was!

Aimee: That’s sweet.

Denise: I actually think this could help your campaign.

Aimee: How could it help? I’m voting to impeach the leader of my own party, who astoundingly remains popular despite… all of that.

Denise: Let’s be honest with ourselves, Aimee. As painful as it is to realize, there aren’t enough Republicans in Washington to get you elected. You need to expand your crossover support. This is a great way to do that.

Aimee: Wouldn’t Democrats rather vote for an actual Democrat? This seems like it makes me lose more GOP voters than Democrat voters that I would gain.

Denise: Voters are strange! Liberal independents may be swayed to vote for you. I’m not sure if they will be, but they could be. That’s how Liza Montgomery is still in office.

Aimee: Liza Montgomery represents Alaska, that’s quite a Republican state.

Denise: Her support comes more from Democrats and independents than from Republicans.

Aimee: If you insist.

Denise: It doesn’t matter if it helps, though. You did good. You’re doing good. Now, you relax. You have a big day ahead of you tomorrow.

Aimee: I sure do.

Denise: Good luck, Aimee.

Aimee: Thanks. I’m gonna need it.

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