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A Glimmer of Hope For the Down Ballot

Well, with the general election less than a month away and the freak show this season has become, we could all use a little good news. The coming liberal takeover of the House and Senate does not appear to be imminent. Recent polling shows key congressional races have been immune to the influence of Trump, either in races where Republicans are trying to separate themselves | Read More » The post A Glimmer of Hope For the Down Ballot appeared first on RedState.
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