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Topic - Kurt Bills
"So it's time to start learning that once you have that endorsement process, you come together and you run against the opponents. And the opponents are the blue guys, all right?" he said, making reference to divisions in the GOP ranks.
"If we don't become the party of addition and multiplication, we will become the party of division and subtraction," warned Republican U.S. Senate candidate Kurt Bills in an election night concession speech, reported by Minnesota Public Radio, after he lost to Ms. Klobuchar by a bigger than 2-1 margin.