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Jim Pillen, center, talks about his campaign after receiving an endorsement from Gov. Pete Ricketts, right, on Jan. 18 at the state Capitol in Lincoln, Neb. According to the AP, Pillen won the Republican primary May 10. Grant Schulte/AP hide caption

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The power of Trump's endorsement takes a blow in Nebraska's GOP primary for governor

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Young people who support access to abortion chant in front of un-scalable fence that stands around the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC, on May 5, 2022. JIM WATSON/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Democrats hope abortion will jolt young voters to action in the midterms

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This undated photo provided by the Boone County Sheriff's Office shows Andrew Wilhoite. The Lebanon, Ind., man advanced to a primary election for three positions on a local township board after he was charged with murder in connection with the death of his wife. Boone County Sheriff's Office via AP hide caption

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Ray Reed, a Democratic candidate for MO-02, speaks to prospective senior constituents at Brentwood City Hall in Brentwood, Mo. Brian Munoz/St. Louis Public Radio hide caption

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Missouri U.S. House candidates hit the campaign trail without set districts or voters

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Republican Michelle Voorheis voted to certify the 2020 election results as a Genessee County canvasser. Then the local Republican Party replaced her. Elaine Cromie for NPR hide caption

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Republicans In Michigan Have Replaced Election Officials Who Certified Biden's Win

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Abortion rights and anti-abortion activists demonstrate in front of the Supreme Court on Tuesday. Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images hide caption

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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine speaks Jan. 21, 2022 in Newark, Ohio. Paul Vernon/AP hide caption

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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine wins GOP nomination over 3 pro-Trump candidates, the AP says

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A ballot drop box is seen at the Summit County Board of Elections in Akron, Ohio, on April 5. Voters in Ohio and Indiana will select primary nominees Tuesday for a number of races, including Senate and House. Phil Long/AP hide caption

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