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Best Power Play 

Rep. Brian Kelsey

They say the hardest primary campaign is the one you run in unopposed. We don't know how Brian Kelsey went from a young punk putting bacon in envelopes on the House floor to securing a Republican nomination for state Senate with no pushback from the establishment—and, frankly, we don't wanna know. But we are pretty sure it involved some hardcore gangster maneuvering to ensure he didn't have to face another Republican in his journey to the seat. For that, Kelsey gets the nod for best political power play—even if we are not exactly sure how he did it. A.C. KLEINHEIDER

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