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Progressives Test Their Viability In New York, Kentucky Congressional Primaries

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Progressives Test Their Viability In New York, Kentucky Congressional Primaries

Progressives Test Their Viability In New York, Kentucky Congressional Primaries

Progressives Test Their Viability In New York, Kentucky Congressional Primaries

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Closely-watched congressional primaries in New York and Kentucky will test how well progressives fare in two very different parts of the country. And reporting from a Michigan suburb on how folks there view the racial justice protests and the president's response to the pandemic.

This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, congressional correspondent Susan Davis, Kentucky Public Radio reporter Ryland Barton, and campaign correspondent Asma Khalid.

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