Lincoln battles to survive anti-incumbent tide
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Lincoln battles to survive anti-incumbent tide

Sen. Blanche Lincoln says the nation is watching today's runoff between her and Lt. Gov. Bill Halter for the Democratic nomination to the U.S. Senate. She is considered one of the most vulnerable incumbents in Washington. (June 8) (The Associated Press)

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