Former White House strategist Steve Bannon, left, takes part in an interview with host Sean Hannity on the set of Fox News Channel's Hannity in New York, Monday, Oct 9, 2017. Candidates at every level of government are angling for a Bannon endorsement.
Former White House strategist Steve Bannon, left, takes part in an interview with host Sean Hannity on the set of Fox News Channel's Hannity in New York, Monday, Oct 9, 2017. Candidates at every level of government are angling for a Bannon endorsement. Craig Ruttle AP
Former White House strategist Steve Bannon, left, takes part in an interview with host Sean Hannity on the set of Fox News Channel's Hannity in New York, Monday, Oct 9, 2017. Candidates at every level of government are angling for a Bannon endorsement. Craig Ruttle AP

Republicans nationwide begin to chase Steve Bannon’s endorsement

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