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WMUR: Sunday at 10 a.m.: 2020 hopefuls Joe Walsh and Michael Bennet

This week on CloseUP, presidential candidates on both sides of the aisle – Republican Joe Walsh and Democrat Michael Bennet – join the show to give us updates about how their campaigns are going.

Chattanooga Times Free Press: 16 Democrats and 3 Republicans on presidential primary ballot in Tennessee

Three Republicans and 16 Democrats will appear on Tennessee's presidential primary ballot for the election set for Super Tuesday next year.

Tennessee is one of 13 states holding presidential primary elections on March 3 to help decide who will be the next president of the United States.

The GOP ballot in Tennessee includes President Donald Trump, former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld and former Illinois Congressman Joe Walsh.

Deseret News: Which presidential candidates are on Utah’s Super Tuesday primary ballot?

Utahns should have plenty of candidates to choose from in the state’s March 3, 2020, Super Tuesday presidential primary. Bill Weld, Joe Walsh, Rocky De La Fuente to challenge Donald Trump in Florida Republican primary

Three candidates will compete against President Donald Trump in Florida’s Republican presidential preference primary.

Walsh Campaign Responds to GAGOP’s Move to Suppress Georgia Voters

Georgia’s Republican Party recognized President Donald Trump’s incredible vulnerabilities and moved to protect him from any challengers and the voice of Republican voters by only allowing him on the primary ballot, according to a release sent today.

Bill Kristol: Wealthy donors should be spending big bucks funding Bill Weld and Joe Walsh

Back in 2016, Vox called National Review’s David French “the random dude off the street that Bill Kristol decided will save America from Trump.” Vox was overstating things a bit — French was mostly unknown but still not a random dude — but French ended up not running. Instead, Evan McMullin emerged to challenge Donald Trump, and we all know how that turned out.

In 2020, Kristol is putting his support behind Joe Walsh, though we suspect any Never Trumper will do, and he’s highlighted a piece in the Washington Post mostly explaining who Bill Weld is (although Walsh gets a mention in this paragraph):