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  • "I look forward to listening and talking with the members of the congressional committee about their concerns for our country," Mrs. Steelman said. "I know there are a lot of good people interested in running, and I hope we can all work together to select the right candidate."

    GOP Rep. Emerson of Mo. leaving Congress in Feb. →

  • "I'm not sure how much they are vetting these women," she said. "But I guess I would give Maggie's List a little leeway if Ms. Steelman was conservative on everything else, because I think we need to start somewhere. On the left, Emily's List has thousands of women who write checks and support their liberal ideas. I suspect some of them are not knowledgeable about how liberal that group is."

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