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PA State Rep. Kenyatta could make history as first openly gay male U.S. senator

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Pennsylvania U.S. Senate candidate, State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta (D-PA), on why he believes he is the right candidate for his state, right now. Kenyatta would be the first openly gay male U.S. senator, if he wins.