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    “Either you're voting for the policies to continue that have been in place for the last eight years – more division, disaster and challenges – or you can vote for hope. You can vote for an alternative. You can vote . . . to make America great again,” Sen. Tim Scott told the crowd at the Values Voter Summit in Washington.

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