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KINDER CONSIDERS CONGRESSIONAL CONTEST

Missouri Republican Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder moved toward a possible Congressional campaign, stating special interests have co-opted most federal lawmakers while government has grown. The Southeast Missourian reported (http://bit.ly/16UjtlK) that Kinder formed an exploratory committee. Kinder said he is re-acquainting himself to federal election law, and that the committee's purpose is to forecast support for potential candidacy. He discussed a potential campaign Monday with supporters such as former state Rep. Mary Kasten and author David Limbaugh.

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