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ABSENTEE
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APPEAL
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BALLOT
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BIPARTISAN
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BUDGET
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CABINET
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CAMPAIGN
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CANDIDATE
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CONGRESS
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CONSTITUTION
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DEMOCRAT
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ELECTION
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GOVERNMENT
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HONESTY
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LEGISLATION
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LIBERAL
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MAJORITY
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NOMINEE
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PARTY
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PLEDGE
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POLICY
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POLITICIAN
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POLITICS
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POLLS
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PRECINT
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PROMISES
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RACE
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REELECTION
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REPUBLICAN
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SENATE
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SPENDING
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STATE
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STATUTE
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STRATEGY
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TACTICS
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TALLY
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TAXPAYER
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TERM
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TICKET
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TRUST
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UNANIMOUS
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UNFAIR
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UNITY
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UPSET
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VETO
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VICTORY
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VOTER
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REFORM