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With eye on 2020, Trump touts Republican in North Carolina special election

Reuters Monday, 9 September 2019 ()
U.S. President Donald Trump is going all-out to try to keep a North Carolina district in the Republican column in a special congressional election on Tuesday that may serve as a bellwether for his own fortunes in 2020.
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Republican Dan Bishop defeated Democrat Dan McCready in North Carolina's 2018 midterm special election.

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