Sunday, October 8, 2017
After Alabama Sen. Luther Strange's recent defeat in a Republican primary runoff, the national spotlight turned west and onto incumbents in Nevada and Arizona already facing intra-party challenges next year. Yet just over the nearest border, a Mississippi state senator with something of a vendetta against the party's establishment was feeling empowered to mount another insurrection.
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