Minnesota GOP treats primary battle wounds and looks to unify ahead of November

The Minnesota Republican Party is trying to come together after a primary campaign split voters. Minnesotans made their choices, now the party is focused on November 6, the date of the general election. GOP leaders say unification is not going to be all that hard.

Some are calling it a ‘pink wave’. Women running for office in record numbers - and in many cases, winning. Our Alana Austin breaks down what this could mean in Washington, DC.

This is the second piece in our three part series looking at the race to replace Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn)

Wisconsin state senator Leah Vukmir will square off with Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-WI).

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Gubernatorial candidates cross Minnesota making final pleas to voters

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White nationalists hide behind flags as high-profile rally fizzles

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White nationalists get OK to march in front of White House

Josh Hawley says Senator McCaskill is "Washingtonized"

Vice President Pence rallies with Michigan GOP primary winners, urges unity

Democrat Gretchen Whitmer celebrates Michigan primary win

McCaskill criticizes trade war in final campaign stops

Senate race opponents Heitkamp, Cramer will come to the table for Farm Bill conference

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Sen. John Thune finds 'even-handed umpire' in Judge Brett Kavanaugh

Former South Dakota senator shining light on potential biological threats

Alaska health official's testimony says federal regulations are strangling rural hospitals

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