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Election Day 2016: New Polls In Battleground States Suggest Hillary Clinton Coattail Effect May Cost Republicans Senate Majority

Election Day 2016 is coming soon for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. While most of the political pundits are focusing on the contest between Trump and Clinton to replace President Obama in the White House, Republicans in the Senate are pondering the possibility – even the likelihood – that they might soon lose their Senate... Read more » Election Day 2016: New Polls In Battleground
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