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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - United States Senate Election In Utah, 2010
A political novice outlasted a three-term U.S. senator and the winner of the GOP state convention to become Utah Republicans' Senate nominee and the heavy favorite to win the general election.
The calendar says June, but for Republican gubernatorial candidates in South Carolina and Utah, it seems like November.
"For too long, Washington has been run by lawyers and political insiders," said one Bridgewater radio ad. "We don't need another lawyer in the Senate. It's time to run government more like a business."