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Ex-U.S. presidential candidates Hickenlooper, Inslee to run for office in home states

Reuters Thursday, 22 August 2019
Two Democratic governors who recently abandoned their long-shot presidential bids announced their next steps on Thursday, with both opting to run for office in the friendlier political territory of their home states.
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