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Senate madness championship match-up

This is it! We started with 65 of the most consequential senators in U.S. history, and after five rounds of …
/ Source: The Daily Rundown

This is it! We started with 65 of the most consequential senators in U.S. history, and after five rounds of … Read More

This is it! We started with 65 of the most consequential senators in U.S. history, and after five rounds of intense competition, only two remain standing.  All four of our number one seeds made it to the Final Four.

In the Final Four, “The Great Compromiser” Henry Clay beat “The Great Orator” Daniel Webster, and LBJ, the “Master of the Senate” surprisingly fell to Ted Kennedy. So now the competition enters its final match-up — Henry Clay vs. Ted Kennedy

Go to First Read to cast your final vote, and tune into The Daily Rundown tomorrow to find out who wins.