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Burlington, Wisconsin - 14 August 2018
1. Republican US House candidate Bryan Steil (STY'-uhl) on stage
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Bryan Steil, (R) US House Candidate
"Just a few months ago I announced my run for Congress on the shop floor of a manufacturing facility in Janesville. And I promised you that I would work hard to earn the trust and confidence of the voters across southeast Wisconsin. Tonight I'm honored to be the Republican nominee for the first district to Wisconsin."
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Bryan Steil, (R) US House Candidate
"There's a lot at stake in November. This fall voters are gonna have a clear choice between our Wisconsin style solutions and my opponent's Washington style politics. My opponent wants to take more of your hard earned money and take it to Washington. I think you should have more of your money in your pocket book here in southeast Wisconsin."
4. Steil on stage after speech
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Racine, Wisconsin - 14 August 2018
5. US House Candidate Randy Bryce at podium, crowd chants and cheers
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Randy Bryce, (D) US House Candidate
"The fact that we are even here, that you've nominated a union ironworker from Caledonia who just over a year ago was at a job site at a local V.A. talking about how we were being represented here in Wisconsin or in Washington D.C. It's a huge huge win. It's a win for working families all across this district, this state and the entire country."
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Randy Bryce, (D) US House Candidate
"Working people have been shut out of politics. Working families have been forgotten by their representatives. But we took a stand. We fought back together. We made our voice heard. And the GOP is running scared with good reason."
In the race to replace retiring House Speaker Paul Ryan, one of his former aides, Bryan Steil, won the GOP primary. On the Democratic side, union ironworker Randy Bryce, who goes by the nickname of "Iron Stache," won.
The southeast Wisconsin district leans Republican, but Democrats were optimistic they could pick up the seat that Ryan has held for 20 years.
Bryce captured national attention with a slick announcement video last year, before Ryan announced his retirement. He's raised more than $6 million, six times what his primary opponent, Janesville schoolteacher Cathy Myers, brought in. He won endorsements from Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and labor activist Dolores Huerta.
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