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Republicans Moore, Strange Advance to Primary Runoff in Alabama U.S. Senate Race

The two Republicans will meet in a September 26th runoff, with the winner favored against Democrat Doug Jones on December 12th

Massachusetts Rep. Tsongas Retiring; 21 House Members Not Seeking Reelection

Thirteen Republicans and eight Democrats are seeking higher office or retiring as of the 2018 midterm elections

Rokita to Run for Senate; 20th House Member Not Seeking Reelection

He joins fellow Indiana U.S. representative Luke Messer; both will vie for Republican nomination to unseat incumbent Democratic Senator Joe Donnelly

2020 New Hampshire Primary: Kasich Leads Trump, Pence

A poll this far out has very limited predictive value, but has some interesting parallels to one taken by the same pollster nearly 40 years ago

Amid Doubts About Trump, Some Republicans Preparing for 2020

Just in case Trump decides not to run -- or perhaps even if he does -- certain high profile Republicans are positioning themselves for the next presidential election






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