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Democratic candidate Hiral Tipirneni campaigns in Arizona's 8th Congressional District northwest of Phoenix. Tipirneni faces Republican Debbie Lesko in a special election next week. Bret Jaspers/KJZZ hide caption

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New York House candidate Tedra Cobb visits with Gordon Miller and other Vermont residents at a cafe in Burlington, Vt. "We can't vote," Miller said of the New York race, "but certainly we can provide financial support." Brian Mann/NCPR hide caption

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Liberal Vermonters Look Across The Border To Sway Upstate New York Voters

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A member of the West Virginia National Guard works in the basement of the state Capitol in Charleston, W.Va., on secondment to the Secretary of State's office to work on cybersecurity around state elections. Dave Mistich/West Virginia Public Broadcasting hide caption

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States Turn To National Guard To Help Protect Future Elections From Hackers

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Tuesday, Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Rebecca Dallet won a 10-year seat on Wisconsin's Supreme Court. The supposedly nonpartisan race turned out to be a partisan-driven slugfest heading into the fall midterms. Scott Bauer/AP hide caption

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Marsy's Law supporters in a statehouse hallway in Concord. They aim to amend the New Hampshire Constitution to include more rights for crime victims. Jason Moon /New Hampshire Public Radio hide caption

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Republican Gov. Scott Walker says Wisconsin law doesn't require him to hold special elections for two legislative seats, which some say his party could have trouble keeping. Shawn Johnson/Wisconsin Public Radio hide caption

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Visitors walk the hallway inside the Pennsylvania Capitol near the House of Representatives chamber. A Republican lawmaker wants to impeach four of the state Supreme Court's justices who ruled that the congressional map be redrawn in time for the 2018 midterm elections. Mark Makela/Getty Images hide caption

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Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach in his Topeka office in May, 2017, after he was appointed by President Trump to co-chair the Presidential Commission on Election Integrity. Orlin Wagner/AP hide caption

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Kobach Trial Ends, Judge Now Deliberating On Kansas Voting

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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam met with legislators last week to discuss next steps in the budget. He wants Medicaid expansion to be a priority. Craig Carper /WCVE hide caption

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Virginia Republicans Divided On Medicaid Expansion

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Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach and then-President-elect Donald Trump at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J., in November, 2016. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Trump Voter Fraud Investigator On Trial Over Kansas' Voter Rules

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The Florida Senate approved a bill last weekend that would cover lost wages for first responders with PTSD, and the House followed suit on Monday. Florida Gov. Rick Scott says he will sign the bill. Colin Hackley/Reuters hide caption

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In December, New York tax department investigators seized 757 liters of untaxed liquor brought into the state in this vehicle. New York State Department of Taxation and Finance hide caption

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A student at Marshall County High School in Benton, Ky., allegedly opened fire on his classmates and killed two of them. Stephen Lance Dennee/AP hide caption

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Kentucky Moves To Add Guns To Schools After School Shooting

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Pennsylvania's Supreme Court has enacted a new congressional district map, replacing the one it overturned and deemed an unconstitutional partisan gerrymander last month. Pennsylvania Supreme Court hide caption

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Joel Parker (left) and Leigh Salinas (right), participants in the Center for Austin's Future ATXelerator program, take a bike tour through the city on Jan. 13, 2018. Gabriel C. Pérez/KUT 90.5 hide caption

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Taking A Page From 'Shark Tank' To Put Up Political Candidates

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