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Biden Won Georgia And Arizona. Why Are Their Democratic Senators So Different?

Biden Won Georgia And Arizona. Why Are Their Democratic Senators So Different?

Update: 2021-05-185
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The states both have long histories of Republican control, but the two pairs of senators have taken remarkably different tactics in Congress. Arizona's Mark Kelly and Kyrsten Sinema came to Washington by persuading the state's split-ticket voters and soft partisans, while Georgia's Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock won by exciting Democratic base voters.

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This episode: White House correspondent Scott Detrow, WABE reporter Emma Hurt, KJZZ reporter Ben Giles, and congressional editor Deirdre Walsh.

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Biden Won Georgia And Arizona. Why Are Their Democratic Senators So Different?

Biden Won Georgia And Arizona. Why Are Their Democratic Senators So Different?

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