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U.S. President Joe Biden has made just two endorsements in Democratic primary races for House seats this year, drawing a contrast with his predecessor while showing limited influence with his party’s voters.

One of Biden’s picks, incumbent Rep. Shontel Brown, handily defeated a more liberal challenger in a Cleveland, Ohio, district. The other, seven-term Rep. Kurt Schrader of Oregon, looks likely to lose to a progressive challenger.

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