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Rep. Seth Moulton Drops Presidential Bid; Will Run for 4th Term in Congress

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Headlines

Rep. Seth Moulton Drops Presidential Bid; Will Run for 4th Term in Congress

He becomes the 3rd Democrat to drop out of the race over the past eight days

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee Exits Presidential Race

He had focused his campaign on climate change, but gained little traction in the crowded Democratic field

CNN Poll: Biden Gains; Castro Qualifies for Next Debate

Harris loses her post-debate bump as Castro becomes 10th qualifier for September debate stage

Rep. Lujan, Number 4 House Democrat, Comes Out in Support of Impeachment Inquiry

The Assistant Speaker is the highest ranking Democrat to announce support

John Hickenlooper Drops Presidential Bid

The former Colorado governor got little traction in a crowded Democratic field




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