REPORT: Sen. Bernie Sanders defeats Republican opponent
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Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders cruised to an easy reelection victory in Vermont on Tuesday night, defeating Republican Lawrence Zupan by a wide margin.
Sanders had a 40-point lead in pre-election polls in his bid for a third Senate term from Vermont, one of the most Democratic-leaning states in the nation.
Sanders, who caucuses with Democrats, kept his status as a political independent despite running for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016. He ultimately lost to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
— The Hill (@thehill) November 7, 2018
Fox News Decision Desk can project that independent Vermont Senator @BernieSanders will easily win a third term by defeating Republican Lawrence Zupan. https://t.co/vLvu9Z7Jvm pic.twitter.com/xCiO5dKDzb
— Fox News (@FoxNews) November 7, 2018
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