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November 10, 2013


Elections Didn't Settle Internal GOP Fight

"The 2013 elections amounted to a nightmare scenario for Republicans who had hoped the results might provide some resolution to their ongoing intraparty squabble," Chris Cillizza writes.

"The end result is that both sides of the GOP argument live to fight another day, each emboldened by the election in their own way. That 'next day' will be in a series of Republican Senate primaries over the first seven months of 2014."

"The first -- and most telling -- will be in Kentucky, where Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell faces wealthy businessman Matt Bevin in May... Then come two critical summer primaries: one in Mississippi and one in Georgia."














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