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Senate race divides Maryland Democrats
Maryland Rep. Donna Edwards and California Attorney General Kamala Harris could become two of only three African American women ever elected to the Senate. But while the Congressional Black Caucus endorsed Harris, the group snubbed Edwards. The Washington Post's Jonathan Capehart, Politico's Elena Schneider and radio host Marc Steiner join to discuss.
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