Utah’s Sen. Hatch, N.Y.’s Rep. Rangel win primary challenges

Mr. Hatch also came under fire for refusing to agree to a televised debate with Mr. Liljenquist, who finally held a mock debate against videotapes of the veteran senator. But Mr. Hatch outspent his upstart challenger by a margin of 10 to 1, investing heavily in television ads promoting his dedication to reducing the deficit and cutting federal spending.

If Mr. Hatch wins re-election, he would become the longest-serving Republican in Senate history at the end of his term, with 42 years in the chamber.

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