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Keyes Hopes to Challenge Obama on Social Policy

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Keyes Hopes to Challenge Obama on Social Policy

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Keyes Hopes to Challenge Obama on Social Policy

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Alan Keyes, the new Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate from Illinois, says he chose to run because of Democrat Barack Obama's record on social issues. Keyes, a Maryland resident, political commentator and two-time presidential candidate, was tapped to run after a scandal ended the campaign of the previous GOP candidate. Hear Keyes and NPR's Michele Norris.

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