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Rubio, on immigration, is not the only GOP hopeful to work closely with the powerful New York Democrat
The Ohio Republican is facing a difficult re-election campaign against Ted Stricklandin a state that has seen a steep decline in manufacturing as a result of companies moving operations overseas.
Paul’s fundraising suffered from the Kentucky Republican’s decision to simultaneously pursue the White House and Senate reelection.
What seemed like a natural decision from the outside came through one of the more detailed, painstaking processes any senator uses for choosing which horse to back in presidential politics.
Sanders emerges in good shape to go the distance, while Clinton’s vulnerabilities worry her allies.
In a swing district, many Republicans are wary of their party’s front-runner and his potential impact on fall ballot.
Rubio supporters were particularly pleased with his better-than-anticipated showing, coming in third place but right on Trump’s heels and within striking distance of Cruz.
Minnesota congressman is just one of two Democrats on the Hill to endorse the senator in his run against Clinton for the presidential nomination, but he says more are lining up.
“We didn’t do it enough last time,” the veep told House Democrats.