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Nebraska Democrat: Fischer 'bought' by corporate interests
After winning her party's nomination on May 15, Nebraska Democratic Senate nominee Jane Raybould said that her opponent, Sen. Deb Fischer (R), was 'bought' by corporate interests.
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