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Richard Burr isn't just a lazy campaigner, he's a lazy senator, too

The rap on Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC) as a campaigner is that he's lazy. At least, that's what his Republican colleagues and operatives in Washington say, attributing his endangered Senate seat to a less-than-aggressive campaign. Maybe that's because they know him so well. A Democratic research firm spent some time exploring Burr's Senate record, and yeah, he's been pretty lazy there.
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