Schumer Announces Bid to Replace Reid, Lead Senate Democrats
Sens. Chuck Schumer, Harry Reid and Dick Durbin. (AP)
New York Senator Charles Schumer formally declared his bid on Friday to become the next U.S. Senate Democratic leader after Harry Reid of Nevada, said he was retiring. Schumer's announcement came on the heels of Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin's assertion that he wasn't planning to replace Reid. [Full Story]
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Schumer Announces Bid to Replace Reid, Lead Senate Democrats
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