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Senate Update: 6 Really Important Races Are Really Close

The presidential election is sucking up everyone’s attention, but make no mistake: Control of the next United States Senate remains very much in doubt. Democrats currently have a 57 percent chance of winning a Senate majority according to our polls-plus forecast and a 56 percent chance in polls-only. Those numbers have been fairly consistent since […]
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