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  1. Daily Kos Elections Live Digest: 6/3

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    Jun 03, 2021 · Welcome to the Daily Kos Elections Live Digest, your liveblog of all of today's campaign news. Please note: The Live Digest is a 2016 and 2020 Democratic presidential primary-free space. It’s ...

  2. History of Missouri - Wikipedia

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    Republican John Danforth won the office of attorney general in 1968, while the state's voters selected Republican Richard Nixon for president by a margin of 20,000 votes. Governor Hearnes, a Democrat, was reelected to the office and became the first governor to serve a consecutive four-year term since John Miller in 1828.

  3. Battle of Boonville - Wikipedia

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    The First Battle of Boonville was a minor skirmish of the American Civil War, occurring on June 17, 1861, near Boonville in Cooper County, Missouri. [1] [2] Although casualties were extremely light, the battle's strategic impact was far greater than one might assume from its limited nature.

  4. Kansas - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Kansas has been strongly Republican. The Republican Party was very strong since Kansas became a state. This is because Republicans were very anti-slavery, and Kansas was also anti-slavery. Kansas has not elected a Democrat to the United States Senate since 1932. Abilene has the childhood house of Republican president Dwight D. Eisenhower.

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