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Julián Castro Takes First Steps Toward 2020 Presidential Bid

Wall Street Journal Wednesday, 12 December 2018
Julián Castro Takes First Steps Toward 2020 Presidential BidFormer HUD Secretary Julián Castro said he was forming a presidential exploratory committee, taking an initial step to enter what expects to be a crowded 2020 Democratic field.
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