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Howard Learner: Watch Out for the Republican Super PACs Moving Away from Romney to Rain Even More Millions on Swing Senate Races

The Republican Super PACs have millions of dollars to spend, not to save. Watch for their hard-nosed decisions after the first Presidential debate to flood even more money into the competitive small-state Senate races.
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