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Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 03, 2021

House Democratic Leaders Recommend Shalanda Young for O.M.B. Director
Multiple Republicans also signaled their support for Ms. Young, who helped negotiate in 2019 the end to the nation's longest government shutdown.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 03, 2021

Empty Office Buildings Squeeze City Budgets as Property Values Fall
A looming hit to tax revenues puts pressure on Congress to deliver relief.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 02, 2021

Biden Gains Two Key Economic Advisers
The Senate confirmed Gina Raimondo as President Biden's commerce secretary and Cecilia Rouse as the head of the Council of Economic Advisers.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 02, 2021

Senate confirms Cecilia Rouse as the first Black chair of White House economic council.
Ms. Rouse's academic research has focused on education, discrimination and the forces that hold some people back in the American economy.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 02, 2021

Biden Drops Tanden Nomination Amid Bipartisan Opposition
The White House had insisted that it would stand by Neera Tanden as President Biden's top budget official, but it became clear that she did not have the Senate votes to be confirmed.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 02, 2021

Domestic Terrorism Threat Is ‘Metastasizing' in U.S., F.B.I. Director Says
Christopher A. Wray condemned the Capitol riot and told the Senate Judiciary Committee that agents had opened 2,000 domestic terrorism inquiries in recent years.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 02, 2021

With Demise of Wage Increase, Biden and Democrats Face Progressive Ire
President Biden and top Democrats are working to ensure that frustration over the exclusion of the minimum wage increase in the stimulus plan does not overshadow the success of the package.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 02, 2021

Biden's Picks for Financial Regulator Jobs Emphasize Transparency and Fairness
Nominees to lead the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau faced questions about the limits of their power but said they wouldn't shy from flexing it.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 02, 2021

F.B.I. Director Testifies On the Capitol Riot
The F.B.I.'s director, Christopher A. Wray, testified before the Senate on Tuesday about the Capitol riot on Jan. 6. His testimony focused on the emergence of domestic terrorism and the identification of extremist groups involved in the attack.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 01, 2021

After Stimulus, Biden to Tackle Another Politically Tricky Issue: Infrastructure
Strengthening the country's highways, bridges and broadband networks has broad popular support, but Washington remains bitterly divided on the details.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 01, 2021

Why Infrastructure is Next on Biden's To-Do List
Strengthening the country's highways, bridges and broadband networks has broad popular support, but Washington remains bitterly divided on the details.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 01, 2021

Durbin, New Judiciary Chair, Warns Republicans on Blocking Judges
Senator Richard J. Durbin of Illinois, the No. 2 Senate Democrat, discussed how he would push through President Biden's judicial nominees, tackle immigration and address domestic terrorism.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 01, 2021

Warren Revives Wealth Tax, Citing Pandemic Inequalities
A tax on the net worth of America's wealthiest individuals remains popular with voters, but has yet to be embraced by President Biden.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 01, 2021

Ron Johnson Says He Still Has Many Unanswered Questions
The Republican senator from Wisconsin is known for regularly promoting fringe theories favored by the right, most recently questioning the fact that pro-Trump rioters attacked the Capitol.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 27, 2021

Covid Stimulus Bill Heads to the Senate
The $1.9 trillion pandemic aid bill narrowly passed the House, but now must maneuver through a procedural and political thicket in the Senate.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 27, 2021

Biden Agenda Faces Difficult Test as Stimulus Measure Heads to Senate
The $1.9 trillion pandemic aid bill narrowly passed the House, but now must maneuver through a procedural and political thicket in the Senate.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 27, 2021

Younger Military Personnel Reject Vaccine, in Warning for Commanders and the Nation
About one-third of the troops have declined to take the vaccine. Many say they worry the vaccines are unsafe or were developed too quickly. Others want a sense of independence, even in uniform.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 26, 2021

Democrats Move to Salvage Minimum Wage Hike
As the House prepared to pass President Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus package as early as Friday night, Democrats were searching for a Plan B to raise the minimum wage.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 26, 2021

CPAC Crowd Cheers Josh Hawley's Vote Against Election Results
Senator Josh Hawley received a standing ovation at the Conservative Political Action Conference when he reminded the crowd that he had objected to certifying Joe Biden's Electoral College victory.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 26, 2021

Republicans Grapple With Raising the Minimum Wage
The politics of a $15 minimum wage are increasingly muddled, but some Republicans are gravitating toward a higher base pay, citing the economic needs of working-class Americans.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 26, 2021

‘Not as Nice as Cancún': Cruz Jokes About Controversial Trip
At the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Fla., on Friday, Senator Ted Cruz of Texas made light of his recent trip to Cancún, Mexico, which drew criticism as he fled the state during a deadly winter storm.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 25, 2021

This Senator Has Got the Math Wrong About a $15 Minimum Wage
John Thune says he earned $6 an hour as a teenager in the 1970s. That would be more than $20 today.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 25, 2021

Top Senate Official Disqualifies Minimum Wage From Stimulus Plan
The parliamentarian ruled that the provision, which would gradually increase the wage to $15 an hour, violated the strict budgetary rules that limit what can be included in the package.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 25, 2021

Lawmakers Clash Over Call for Special Panel to Investigate Capitol Assault
The disputes are reminiscent of the fight surrounding the creation of the independent commission that conducted an inquiry into the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 25, 2021

Confirmation in Doubt for Neera Tanden, Biden's Budget Director Pick
The struggle to gain support for the longtime Democratic aide whose combative Twitter posts have drawn criticism reflects miscalculations by the White House and its chief of staff, Ron Klain.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 25, 2021

Rachel Levine Responds to Rand Paul About Transgender Medicine
President Biden's nominee to be assistant secretary of health, who is transgender, and a House member whose daughter is transgender, drew separate attacks from Republican lawmakers.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 25, 2021

Katherine Tai Testifies Before the Senate Finance Committee
Katherine Tai, President Biden's pick for U.S. trade representative, testified before the Senate Finance Committee on Thursday about opportunities to boost the economy through trade.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 25, 2021

White House Continues Its Fight For Tanden Confirmation
Neera Tanden had been seen as a strong pick to serve as budget director, but her past tweets became a sticking point with Republicans.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 25, 2021

Costco Will Raise Minimum Wage to $16 an Hour, C.E.O. Says
W. Craig Jelinek, the retailer's chief executive, told lawmakers that the increase was "a significant competitive advantage for us."

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 25, 2021

Rand Paul Lashes Out At Rachel Levine About ‘Genital Mutilation'
Dr. Rachel Levine, President Biden's assistant secretary of health nominee, stands to be the first openly transgender federal official confirmed by the Senate. At a hearing on Thursday, Senator Rand Paul asked Dr. Levine about her stance on "genital mutilation" and minors.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 25, 2021

Jennifer Granholm is confirmed as energy secretary.
Ms. Granholm will oversee an agency that plays a leading role in researching and developing new energy technologies.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 25, 2021

How to Keep Extremists Out of Power
Every political reform proposal must be judged by its ability to fuel or weaken extremist candidates.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 24, 2021

Ready to Nag About Gun Control?
A pandemic makes weapons worse.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 24, 2021

Biden's C.I.A. Pick Warns of China and Russia at Amicable Confirmation Hearing
The nominee, William J. Burns, appears likely to win bipartisan support from senators.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 24, 2021

A Top Democrat Warns Against a Hasty Withdrawal of U.S. Troops From Afghanistan
Senator Jack Reed said he favored seeking an extension of the May 1 deadline for withdrawing troops that President Donald Trump and the Taliban negotiated last year.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 24, 2021

Watch Full Video: Day 2 of Jerome Powell's Testimony on Capitol Hill
The Federal Reserve chair, Jerome Powell, testified on the semiannual Monetary Policy Report to Congress before a virtual hearing of the House Financial Services Committee.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 24, 2021

Haaland Faces Questions on Fossil Fuels at Confirmation Hearing
The vote on President Biden's nominee to head the Interior Department could come down to party lines.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 24, 2021

How Did the ‘Worst of the Worst' Become 3 Out of 4?
Merrick Garland can bring bail reform to the federal justice system.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 24, 2021

Watch Live: Day 2 of Jerome Powell's Testimony on Capitol Hill
The Federal Reserve chair, Jerome Powell, will testify on the semiannual Monetary Policy Report to Congress before a virtual hearing of the House Financial Services Committee.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 24, 2021

Interior Secretary Nominee Questioned on Fossil Fuel
Representative Deb Haaland of New Mexico, President Biden's pick to head the Interior Department, was questioned on past remarks as an activist opposing the fossil fuel industry.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 24, 2021

The Presumption of Freedom
How Merrick Garland can bring bail reform to the federal justice system.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 24, 2021

Mitch McConnell Would Like Trump to Fade Away
Good luck with that.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 24, 2021

Should We Put the Filibuster Out of Its Misery?
Depends on which people you talk to. Ezra Klein and Jessica Anderson join Jane Coaston to debate the Senate's revered and reviled tactic.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 23, 2021

After Russian Cyberattack, Looking for Answers and Debating Retaliation
Key senators and corporate executives warned at a hearing on Tuesday that the "scope and scale" of the hacking of government agencies and companies, the most sophisticated in history, were still unclear.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 23, 2021

The Scale of the SolarWinds Breach Is Still Unclear, Executives Say
During a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Tuesday, executives defended how they responded to the SolarWinds breach and warned senators that the hack might be bigger than they previously knew.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 23, 2021

Ex-Security Officials Spread Blame for Failures of Capitol Riot
Former Capitol security officials gave sometimes conflicting accounts in the first high-profile public hearing on the attack by a pro-Trump mob.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 23, 2021

Powell Focuses on Economic Need at Key Moment in Markets and Politics
The Federal Reserve will continue to support the economy, its chair, Jerome H. Powell, pledged, even as concerns about inflation rise.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 23, 2021

Klobuchar Says ‘This Was a Planned Insurrection'
In her closing remarks, Senator Amy Klobuchar said it was "very clear," based on the information revealed during the joint Senate hearing, that the Jan. 6 Capitol riot was planned.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 23, 2021

‘Diplomacy Is Back': Linda Thomas-Greenfield Is Confirmed as Biden's U.N. Envoy
Ms. Thomas-Greenfield, a career diplomat, will go the U.N. calling for the United States to re-engage with the global body, while dealing with Republican concerns about her prior remarks on China.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 23, 2021

How to Not Be at the Mercy of a Trumpified G.O.P.
Barack Obama asked Democrats to kill the filibuster and pass a voting rights bill because it was the right thing to do. There's a stronger argument.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 23, 2021

Watch Full Video: Jerome Powell Testifies on the Economy
On Tuesday, the Federal Reserve chairman, Jerome Powell, testified on the Monetary Policy Report, a semiannual report, before a virtual hearing of the Senate Banking Committee.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 23, 2021

Perdue Will Not Challenge Warnock for Georgia Senate Seat
The announcement came just a week after Mr. Perdue, a former senator and Republican, said he had filed paperwork to kick-start a possible new campaign.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 23, 2021

Watch Live: Senate Hearing on the Capitol Riot
The Homeland Security Committee and the Rules Committee hold a joint hearing to examine the security failures that led to a breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 23, 2021

Watch Live: Jerome Powell Testifies on the Economy
On Tuesday, the Federal Reserve chairman, Jerome Powell, will testify on the Monetary Policy Report, a semiannual report, before a virtual hearing of the Senate Banking Committee.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 23, 2021

Xavier Becerra, Health Secretary Pick, Faces Tough Confirmation Hearing
If confirmed, he would be the first Latino to serve as secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 23, 2021

How Not to Be at the Mercy of a Trumpified G.O.P.
Barack Obama asked Democrats to kill the filibuster and pass a voting rights bill because it was the right thing to do. There's a stronger argument.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 23, 2021

Restrict the Vote!
If you can't beat them fair and square, tilt the playing field.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 23, 2021

Capitol Riot Senate Investigation: Time, Streaming and More Details
A Senate hearing on Tuesday will feature the testimony of the top two security officials who were at the Capitol on Jan. 6, as well as police officials who responded to the riot.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 23, 2021

The Capitol Riot Investigation: What to Watch For Today
A Senate hearing on Tuesday will feature the testimony of the top two security officials who were at the Capitol on Jan. 6, as well as police officials who responded to the riot.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 22, 2021

Bipartisan Senate Inquiry on Capitol Riot Will Begin With Scrutiny of Security Failures
A hearing on Tuesday will feature the testimony of the top two security officials at the Capitol on Jan. 6, who have since resigned, as well as police officials who responded to the riot.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 22, 2021

Garland, at Confirmation Hearing, Vows to Fight Domestic Extremism
President Biden's nominee for attorney general told the Senate Judiciary Committee that investigating the Capitol riot would be his first priority.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 22, 2021

Merrick Garland Says, ‘I'll Do My Best' as Attorney General
On Monday, Judge Merrick B. Garland delivered an emotional response to a question from Senator Cory Booker on how his family's persecution would influence his role in the Justice Department.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 22, 2021

Tanden's Confirmation on Shaky Ground as More Senators Voice Opposition
Two Republican senators said they would not vote to confirm President Biden's nominee to head the budget office, further dimming her chances to secure enough support in an evenly divided chamber.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 22, 2021

Just When You Thought Politics Couldn't Unravel Any Further
What happens when "All the King's Men" meets "National Lampoon's Vacation"? Nothing good.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 21, 2021

Tough Sanctions, Then a Mysterious Last-Minute Turnabout
The Treasury Department slapped sanctions on the Israeli billionaire Dan Gertler in 2017 for corruption in Africa. In Donald Trump's final days in office, they were rolled back with no explanation.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 21, 2021

National Guard Deployment at the Capitol Riot Was Delayed by Confusion and Inaction
As violence grew out of control on Jan. 6, the head of the Capitol Police made an urgent request for the National Guard. It took nearly two hours to be approved.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 21, 2021

¿Cómo fue que Ted Cruz se convirtió en el político menos simpático de Estados Unidos?
Su escapada a Cancún durante la emergencia eléctrica de Texas fue solo el más reciente episodio de una carrera política en la que Cruz ha sido repudiado por los demócratas, y no pocos republicanos.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 21, 2021

Garland Says as Attorney General He Would Combat Domestic Extremism
The judge is also expected to affirm his commitment to equal justice under the law and to vow to root out widespread discrimination.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 21, 2021

Garland Says as Attorney General He Will Combat Domestic Extremism
The judge is also expected to affirm his commitment to equal justice under the law and to vow to root out widespread discrimination.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 20, 2021

¿Cómo fue que Ted Cruz se convirtió en el político menos simpático de Estados Unidos
Su escapada a Cancún durante la emergencia eléctrica de Texas fue solo el más reciente episodio de una carrera política en la que Cruz ha sido repudiado por los demócratas, y no pocos republicanos.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 19, 2021

Republicans Struggle to Derail Increasingly Popular Stimulus Package
Polls show a $1.9 trillion rescue plan polls strongly across the country, including with many Republican voters, despite a scattershot series of attacks from congressional Republicans.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 19, 2021

The Relationship Between McConnell and Trump Was Good for Both — Until It Wasn't
The unlikely alliance delivered results they both wanted but fell apart after the election once their political interests diverged.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 19, 2021

How Ted Cruz Became the Least Sympathetic Politician in America
His getaway to Cancún during the Texas power emergency was only the latest episode in a political career that has left Mr. Cruz reviled by Democrats and more than a few Republicans.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 18, 2021

Democratic Lawmakers Introduce Biden's Immigration Overhaul in House
Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey and Representative Linda Sánchez of California disclosed details of the proposal on Thursday in a news conference.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 18, 2021

Bob Dole Has Advanced Lung Cancer, He Says in Statement
Mr. Dole, 97, represented Kansas in the Senate for more than 25 years, including 11 years as the chamber's Republican leader.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 18, 2021

The Romney Family Plan Sees the True Value of Parenting
There is dignity in work, but we should support more than just work done for wages.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 18, 2021

Democratic Lawmakers to Introduce Biden's Immigration Overhaul in House
Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey and Representative Linda Sánchez of California are expected to disclose details of the proposal in a news conference on Thursday.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 17, 2021

McConnell's Strategy Has Republican Party in Turmoil
The Republican leader's calculus was simple: Don't stoke a full-on revolt by Trump supporters by voting to convict the former president, but demonstrate to anti-Trump Republicans that he recognized Mr. Trump's failings. It didn't work.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 17, 2021

Biden Signals He's Flexible on Immigration Overhaul
After two decades of failure, advocates for the broadest possible overhaul of the nation's immigration laws are considering a new strategy: pressing for piecemeal legislation.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 17, 2021

McConnell's Strategy Has Party in Turmoil and Trump on Attack
The Republican leader's calculus was simple: Don't stoke a full-on revolt by Trump supporters by voting to convict the former president, but demonstrate to anti-Trump Republicans that he recognized Mr. Trump's failings. It didn't work.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 17, 2021

Trump's Dreaded Nickname
Watching the Senate is better than watching reruns.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 17, 2021

After Taking a Shot at Trump, McConnell Finds Himself Under the Gun
The Republican leader's calculus was simple: Don't stoke a full-on revolt by Trump supporters by voting to convict the former president, but demonstrate to anti-Trump Republicans that he recognized Mr. Trump's failings. It didn't work.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 16, 2021

Trump Calls on G.O.P. to Replace McConnell
The former president, breaking an unusually long silence, called the Senate minority leader a "dour, sullen, and unsmiling political hack" and called on Republicans in the chamber to find a new leader.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 16, 2021

Trump's Legal Defense Team Was Defined by Stumbles, Clashes and Egos
The lawyers assembled by the former president to represent him in his Senate impeachment trial hardly knew one another. They prevailed in the end, but it wasn't pretty.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 16, 2021

Trump, in Scorching Attack on McConnell, Urges G.O.P. to Replace Him
The former president, breaking an unusually long silence, called the Senate minority leader a "dour, sullen, and unsmiling political hack" and called on Republicans in the chamber to find a new leader.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 16, 2021

Biden Works to Leverage Senate Ties to Power His Agenda
The president has made clear in his first weeks in office that he plans to try to capitalize on his experience and relationships on Capitol Hill to get things done, though deep divisions remain.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 16, 2021

Stacey Plaskett on the Second Trump Impeachment
We look at the former president's trial through the eyes of Stacey Plaskett, a Democratic congresswoman who sought his conviction.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 16, 2021

An Impeachment Manager on Trump's Acquittal
We look at the former president's trial through the eyes of Stacey Plaskett, a Democratic congresswoman who sought his conviction.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 16, 2021

Don't Care for This Impeachment? Wait Until Next Year
Leaders of both political parties suggest that impeachments, Electoral College standoffs and Supreme Court nomination blockades may become frequent fights in American politics.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 16, 2021

Don't Care for This Impeachment? Wait 'til Next Year.
Leaders of both political parties suggest that impeachments, Electoral College standoffs and Supreme Court nomination blockades may become frequent fights in American politics.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 16, 2021

North Carolina Republicans Censure Richard Burr Over Impeachment Vote
The senator, who is retiring, is one of seven Republicans who voted with Democrats to find Donald J. Trump guilty of inciting an insurrection at the Capitol.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 15, 2021

David Perdue Files to Run Against Raphael Warnock for Georgia Senate Seat
Mr. Perdue, who lost a runoff election last month against Senator Jon Ossoff, is taking the first step in the Republican Party's effort to try to win back a Senate seat in 2022.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 15, 2021

Impeachment's Over. Bring On the Criminal Investigations.
After Mitch McConnell's cynical speech, Republicans can't complain.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 15, 2021

El legado del juicio político: un informe más completo de lo que sucedió el 6 de enero
El proceso que se le siguió a Trump en el Senado reveló muchos detalles sobre el ataque al Capitolio pero dejó también numerosas interrogantes.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 14, 2021

Your Monday Briefing
The fallout from Trump's acquittal.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 14, 2021

Blue Lives Matter Is Over
Once the Trump mob attacked officers, Republican hypocrisy was exposed.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 14, 2021

Why Seven Republican Senators Voted to Convict Trump
The Republicans who broke with their party to find Donald J. Trump guilty were an eclectic group, bound by their shared lack of concern about retribution from the former president or his followers.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 14, 2021

Calls Grow for Commission to Investigate Capitol Riot
Lawmakers are increasingly pushing for a 9/11-style panel that would examine failures and make recommendations. It could also be a final chance for Congress to hold Donald J. Trump to account.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 14, 2021

Lara Trump for North Carolina Senate Seat? Trump's Trial Is Renewing Talk
Senator Richard M. Burr's vote to convict the former president has intensified speculation that Ms. Trump might galvanize staunch Trump loyalists behind a possible bid for Mr. Burr's seat in 2022.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Feb 14, 2021

Lara Trump for North Carolina Senate Seat? Trump's Trial Is Renewing Talk.
Senator Richard M. Burr's vote to convict the former president has intensified speculation that Ms. Trump might galvanize staunch Trump loyalists behind a possible bid for Mr. Burr's seat in 2022.

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