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The U.S. Senate race in Missouri

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Primary elections in Kansas and Missouri are just weeks away. In Missouri, a crowd of candidates — both Democrats and Republicans — are vying for the chance to succeed retiring U.S. Senator Roy Blunt. Who voters select in the primaries could determine the balance of power in Washington.

Primary elections in both Kansas and Missouri are just six weeks away.

In Missouri, attention is focused on the U.S. Senate race to succeed the retiring Republican Roy Blunt. With both the Democratic and Republican primaries too close to call, KCUR's Brian Ellison checks in Rudi Keller of the Missouri Independent, who’s covering the race.

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