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It's the end of the quarter, so here's a quantitative way to decide which Senate races to give to

If your day-to-day thoughts have gotten swallowed up by the presidential race (and don’t feel bad if that’s true; I’m as big a House-race-nerd as you’ll find on this site and I’ve given the lower chamber almost nary a thought in the last month), you might have forgotten that there’s a pitched battle for control of the Senate, and, to a lesser extent, the House. Even if you assume Hillary Clinton will be the next president, there’s still the question of what she’ll be able to do! She won’t be moving progressive economic legislation without control of both chambers, and without control of the Senate, even her judicial and administrative picks may continue on in limbo.
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