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Obama, Biden endorse Tammy Duckworth for Senate

CHICAGO — President Barack Obama and Vice President Jose Biden are endorsing Tammy Duckworth in her campaign for U.S. Senate.

“I’m proud to support Tammy Duckworth for the seat I once held in the United States Senate,” Obama said in a statement. 185 more words

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Why the Human Rights Campaign Does Such Sucky Things

Years ago, when I was in a generous mood, I checked ratings on Charity Navigator to determine where my money would do the most good. 394 more words

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Endorsements for United States Senate, 2016

This year 34 senate seats are up for election, including Maryland, Nevada, Illinois, and California. These are my endorsements for these key races.

Congresswoman Donna Edwards, Maryland… 1,580 more words

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Duckworth, Kirk Expected To Spend Big In Senate Race

(CBS) — In campaign 2016, next to the presidential race, Illinois’ U.S. Senate race will be the one to watch around the country.

CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reports, Democrats will be clamoring to regain the seat. 267 more words

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Senator Kirk's challenge in the upcoming election

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The Top Five Most Vulnerable GOP Senate Seats
by Richard Baehr
March 15, 2016

Kirk will almost certainly square off with Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth, who is expected to easily win the Democratic primary in Illinois on Tuesday, March 15. 108 more words

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Kirk and Duckworth to face off for Senate seat

CHICAGO (AP) – Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk says his race against Democratic U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth will center on national security issues.

Kirk and Duckworth won their primaries for U.S. 192 more words

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IN THE NEWS: Women veterans in the U.S. Congress

Two Congresswomen, both Iraq War veterans, are increasing their national profiles and gaining more news coverage: Rep. Tammy Duckworth and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard. 

Rep. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.) is currently campaigning in the Democratic primary in Illinois for the nomination to challenge current Senate Majority Leader Mark Kirk. 640 more words

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