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Wicker and Barrasso, who have cast votes aligned to Trump's policies at the highest rate in the Senate, do not have strong records as vocal advocates for him.
On Friday, the president and his ex-wife suffered further setbacks, when three separate courts disqualified dozens of their supporters from casting votes for a new party leader, saying their selection as conference delegates had been flawed.
Fans can cast votes online and via Twitter through today for the Pro Bowl.
In recent years, fans have also been allowed to cast votes online.
In 2013, a total of 7,500 people cast votes for mayor.
Afternoon Amway Coaches Poll results, via USA TODAY Sports: The popular poll makes its regular season debut, with 65 head coaches casting votes for the top 25 teams.
As the Catalan Parliament in Barcelona cast votes for or against independence from Spain, secessionist supporters watched outside and celebrated the outcome.
This year, players were asked to nominate a charity and then cast votes.
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