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Citing Lack Of Funds, Sen. Kamala Harris Leaves Presidential Race

NPR Wednesday, 4 December 2019 ()
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Aimee Allison of She the People, a group elevating the political power of women of color, about Sen. Kamala Harris suspending her Democratic presidential campaign.
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Sen. Kamala Harris, who began her rise to political prominence as San Francisco's district attorney, has decided to end her cash-strapped campaign for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination. (12/3/19)

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