Little Competition but Big Differences in U.S. Senate Race

Republicans continue to dominate politics across the state. The party’s fundraising outpaces its rivals', and a strong anti-Washington sentiment has resonated with voters for years. All of that, analysts say, is working against Democratic Senate hopeful Paul Sadler.

But on the campaign trail, Sadler doesn’t focus on his odds of winning but rather on pointing out the stark differences between him and his Republican opponent, Ted Cruz — starting with federal health care reform.

Audio: Ben Philpott's story for KUT News

“I don’t think they really want to repeal doing way with the pre-existing condition exemption,” Sadler said ...

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