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Nazi leader Arthur Jones lost his bid for an Illinois congressional seat. But he still received more than 56,000 votes. [Read More]
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Republicans from local groups to the Illinois governor and even a U.S. senator all told voters in the 3rd Congressional District not to vote for... [Read More]
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GOP candidate called Holocaust 'the biggest, blackest lie in history'; Iowa's Steve King wins 9th term despite outrage at his comments supporting white nationalism... [Read More]
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Republicans from local groups all the way to the state organization, the governor and even a U.S. Senator all told voters in the 3rd Congressional... [Read More]
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Four days after Holocaust denying Arthur Jones garnered more than 56,900 votes in his losing bid to unseat Illinois District 3 incumbent Daniel Lipinski, former... [Read More]
1 Holocaust denier: The long-shot candidacy of a Holocaust denier's Republican bid for Congress was defeated Tuesday, but not before the neo-Nazi received more than... [Read More]
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The most disturbing thing for me about this year's election is that over 25 percent of my neighbors voted for a neo-Nazi. While incumbent Democrat... [Read More]
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As polls closed in Illinois' 3rd Congressional District, voters waited to see whether Democratic incumbent Dan Lipinski cruised to victory as expected, ending the long-shot... [Read More]
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GOP leaders urged voters to shun Holocaust denier Arthur Jones, but he managed to win more than 26 percent of the vote against Democratic Rep.... [Read More]
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Democratic U.S. Rep. Dan Lipinski defeated Jones on Tuesday, with more than 73 percent of the vote. [Read More]
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Former American Nazi Party leader Arthur Jones lost his bid for an Illinois congressional seat. But he still received more than 32,000 votes. [Read More]
Former American Nazi Party leader Arthur Jones lost his bid for an Illinois congressional seat. But he still received more than 32,000 votes. [Read More]
Former American Nazi Party leader Arthur Jones lost his bid for an Illinois congressional seat. But he still received more than 32,000 votes. [Read More]
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