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Mourdock, whose candidacy lost traction after he said pregnancy resulting from rape was “something God intended to happen,” has lost his bid for the U.S. Senate to Democrat Joe Donnelly.
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In an election result that was hardly surprising to political experts and Washington insiders, longtime Indiana Sen. Richard Lugar has been defeated in the state’s Republican Senate primary by tea party-backed conservative Richard Mourdock.
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