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Two Udalls Work To Expand Democrats' Senate Turf

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Two Udalls Work To Expand Democrats' Senate Turf

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Two Udalls Work To Expand Democrats' Senate Turf

Two Udalls Work To Expand Democrats' Senate Turf

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Congressmen Tom Udall of New Mexico and Mark Udall of Colorado not only are cousins, but they're also running for U.S. Senate seats. Tom is the son of Stuart Udall, a former secretary of the interior. Mark is the son of Mo Udall, an Arizona Congressman who ran for president in 1976. The cousins are two of the most-likely-to-succeed Democrats running for Republican seats.

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