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July 21, 2014 3:41 PM

Dave Helling: Primary campaigns lay down a weary tune

With two weeks to go until the Aug. 4 primaries in Missouri and Kansas, the campaigns seem unusually listless this season. Sluggish campaigns lead to low turnout, and it’s going to be hard to awaken voters in the next two weeks.

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