Bernie Sanders endorses Randy Bryce, and you can watch their conversation about it here

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In a statement released Monday, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders has thrown his support behind Paul Ryan challenger Randy Bryce. The two also sat down for a conversation about their shared goals for the nation, which you can view on YouTube.

Ryan challenger Bryce under scrutiny for debt, late child support

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Democratic congressional candidate Randy Bryce, who is seeking to clear the primary to take on House Speaker Paul Ryan in 2018, drew criticism from a fellow Democratic candidate on Tuesday for having only recently paid off delinquent child support payments. > Washington Free Beacon

Bryce apologizes for Ivanka Trump tweet

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Paul Ryan challenger Randy Bryce has apologized for a tweet suggesting a romantic relationship between Ivanka Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, which drew anti-sexism fire from fellow Democratic challenger Cathy Myers. > Washington Times

Mother Jones asks: Can ‘the Iron Stache’ really take down Paul Ryan?

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Randy Bryce’s task seems impossible. He’s running in a district Democrats haven’t seriously contested in decades, against one of the most powerful men in America. Paul Ryan has a bottomless bank account and a well-cultivated reputation as a genial kid from Janesville. But Bryce’s candidacy has spoken to Democrats in deeper ways. > Mother Jones

Bryce draws criticism for sexist tweet from Democratic foe Cathy Myers, others

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Democrat Randy Bryce is out to upset House Speaker Paul Ryan next year. But first, he might have to get a handle on his tweeting. Amid reports that the first charges were to be handed down in Robert Mueller’s probe, Bryce tried to crack wise Sunday, but incurred charges of sexism instead. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Key progressive group makes first 2018 endorsements, with Bryce among them

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A key progressive group is making its first round of congressional endorsements for 2018. The Progressive Change Campaign Committee announced Tuesday that it would back Democrat Randy Bryce, the Wisconsin ironworker taking on House Speaker Paul Ryan, and two candidates aiming to unseat Republican incumbents in New Jersey and California. > The Hill