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Republicans to pick Senate candidate to challenge Blumenthal

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Themis Klarides is running for the U.S. Senate seat held by Richard Blumenthal. Mr. Blumenthal's job approval rating has recently slipped below 50 percent. The Republican candidates for the seat are trying to portray Ms. Klaride as hewing to the left on reproductive rights.
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Republicans to pick Senate candidate to challenge Blumenthal

Connecticut Republicans pick their candidate for U.S. Senate in a primary election Tuesday that could signal where the state party is headed politically after years of backing moderates.

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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Republicans to pick Senate candidate to challenge Blumenthal

Connecticut Republicans will choose their nominee to challenge veteran Democratic U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal in November. The primary battle is not only the marquee race on Tuesday, but will signal

2 months ago·United States
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3 Republicans vie to challenge Richard Blumenthal for the Senate in Connecticut.

Mr. Blumenthal, a Democrat in his second term, remains favored but his job approval has slipped below 50 percent.

2 months ago·New York, United States
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New Britain Herald - Republicans to pick Senate candidate to challenge Blumenthal

HARTFORD - Connecticut Republicans pick their candidate for U.S. Senate in a primary election Tuesday that could signal where the state party is headed politically after years of backing moderates.

2 months ago
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The Bristol Press - Republicans to pick Senate candidate to challenge Blumenthal

HARTFORD - Connecticut Republicans pick their candidate for U.S. Senate in a primary election Tuesday that could signal where the state party is headed politically after years of backing moderates.

2 months ago
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