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Podium Positions Set for September 12 Debate

The 10 qualifiers will all meet on one night

Kirsten Gillibrand Drops Bid for Democratic Nomination

She was receiving little support in the polls and didn't qualify for the upcoming debate

Georgia Sen. Johnny Isakson to Resign at Year-End

Gov. Kemp will appoint a replacement who will serve until a special election is held in November, 2020

Mississippi GOP Gubernatorial Runoff: Overview and Results

No candidate received 50% of the vote in the August 6 primary. The winner will meet Democrat Jim Hood in November.

Rep. Sean Duffy of Wisconsin to Resign from Congress Next Month

The 5th term Republican represents Wisconsin's 7th District




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