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Florida GOP Battles for Graham's Senate Seat

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Florida GOP Battles for Graham's Senate Seat

Florida GOP Battles for Graham's Senate Seat

Florida GOP Battles for Graham's Senate Seat

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Florida will choose its major party candidates for federal offices next Tuesday, right in the middle of the Republican National Convention. The livelier nomination contest appears to be on the Republican side, where five candidates are seeking a chance to succeed three-term Democratic Sen. Bob Graham, who is retiring. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports.

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