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    Bernie Sanders Wins Democratic Senate Primary in Vermont
    Jose Luis Magana/AP
    Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., accompanied by Democrat Ben Jealous, speaks to the crowd during a gubernatorial campaign rally in Maryland's Democratic primary at downtown Silver Spring, Md., Monday, June 18, 2018.

    Independent U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders has won Vermont's Democratic Senate primary but is expected to turn down the nomination and support the state's Democratic candidates, as is his practice.

    In Tuesday's balloting, Sanders defeated little-known candidate Folasade Adeluola, who says she believes Vermont needs a full-time senator.

    Sanders is thought to be considering a presidential run in 2020. He already is on Vermont's November ballot as an independent.

    Under Vermont law he cannot appear on the November ballot as both a Democrat and an independent.

    Toddler Towed With Car, Left in Freezing Lot Overnight

    [NATL] Toddler Towed With Car, Left in Freezing Wisconsin Lot Overnight

    A 4-year-old girl was left alone inside a minivan overnight in a Milwaukee tow lot, authorities said. An impaired driver was pulled over and arrested for operating while intoxicated. Officers removed a 10-month-old child from the vehicle but left the 4-year-old girl, who spent the night in the tow lot where temperatures dropped to 19 degrees.

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    In his U.S. Senate races, in 2012 and 2006 he declined the nomination but accepted the formal endorsement of the state's Democratic Party.

    Four little-known candidates were seeking the Republican U.S. Senate nomination.

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