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  We wanted to endorse in Republican primaries this year. We can’t.
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Last EditedRP  May 13, 2022 11:27am
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AuthorThe Editorial Board
News DateFriday, May 13, 2022 05:00:00 PM UTC0:0
DescriptionEven when a candidate’s views didn’t exactly align with positions taken by this board, we’ve found points of agreement, sustained moments of mutual respect, and an appreciation of the kind of apolitical qualifications that are objectively deserving of praise.

Most fundamentally: We were all operating in the same reality.

That can’t be said in 2022.

When we sent a survey to Republican candidates in the Senate race to ascertain their positions on a range of issues, we learned that nearly everyone in the field felt our questions were biased and unfair.

How do you find points of agreement when you can’t reach common ground on facts so basic that they could be used in a field sobriety test?
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