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Brownback declares bid for Republican nomination

He could threaten conservative base of Mitt Romney

Senator Sam Brownback shook hands with supporter Patsy Rhynerson after announcing his Oval Office run at Heritage Hall in his hometown of Topeka, Kan. Senator Sam Brownback shook hands with supporter Patsy Rhynerson after announcing his Oval Office run at Heritage Hall in his hometown of Topeka, Kan. (Ed Zurga/Getty Images)
By Scott Helman
Globe Staff / January 21, 2007

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Republican Senator Sam Brownback of Kansas, one of Congress's leading social conservatives, launched a White House run yesterday that poses the most serious threat yet to Mitt Romney's bid for the conservative primary vote. (Full article: 662 words)

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