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New York Primary, Kentucky Senate Showdown: What to Watch For Today

NYTimes.com Tuesday, 23 June 2020 ()
There are competitive House races in New York and Charles Booker faces Amy McGrath in the Senate primary in Kentucky. Results may be delayed because of the many voters casting absentee ballots.
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