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A few converging factors blunted his momentum.
On his way to Kansas at the invitation of the state’s Democrats, Sen. Bernie Sanders tweeted a point-by-point indictment of Kansas Republicans’ program of tax reductions and starve-the-beast spending cuts.
Rallies underline support for preserving the federal health-care law.
The former labor secretary narrowly defeated Rep. Keith Ellison, who was favored by many on the left.
“Let resistance plus persistence equal progress for our party and our country,” she says
The next leader will take over a party that is financially drained but galvanized because of an unpopular Republican president.
GOP lawmakers have been put on the defensive, contradicting their past statements on Obamacare and other issues.
Appearance comes a day after Gov. Sam Brownback’s veto of a bipartisan attempt to raise taxes after his signature 2012 reforms blew annual holes in the budget.
Withdrawal of South Carolina party chair leaves contest with no current or former state party leader left in race.
Dan Schneider, executive director of the American Conservative Union, argued that the “alt-right” was philosophically left-wing.