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>> And get out and vote for Andy Barr.>>
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>> US Representative Andy Barr and democrat Amy McGrath are vying for Kentucky's sixth congressional district seat. It's a tight race.>> I feel great,->> Barr, who has been in Congress since 2013, has to his advantage the President's endorsement.
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>> And hello, Kentucky.>> But McGrath, who has recently been endorsed by top democrats like Joe Biden is using her experience as a former marine fighter pilot to bring in voters. And in a state that Trump won by 15 points in 2016, she's not straying too far to the left.
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>> I do not believe that the democratic party has all the answers.>> McGrath is a political newcomer. Since winning the democratic primary, she's been capaigning vigorously in the district.>> Were so crutial.>> Although she supports abortion rights, she has kept her distance from abortion advacacy groups like EMILY's List.
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She accuses her opponent, Barr, of having to resort to attack ad lies in order to win.>> Every day we put our lives on the line to keep Kentucky safe. That's why I oppose Amy McGrath's dangerous agenda.>> It will be a tough fight for McGrath as Barr continues to win high profile endorsements including most recently from house speaker Paul Ryan.
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Barr is also appealing to voters who are pro-life, and what ObamaCare repealed.>> Both sides need to learn to get to work together again.>> But during such divided times, McGrath sees value in conciliation. And hopes her more centrist approach will appeal to voters tired of the current politics as usual
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>> We despirately need change in our politics in our country and that's why I'm doing what I'm doing.