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FIVE THIRTY EIGHT: Senate Update: Clinton Is Surging, But Down-Ballot Democrats Are Losing Ground. …

FIVE THIRTY EIGHT: Senate Update: Clinton Is Surging, But Down-Ballot Democrats Are Losing Ground. In recent elections, more and more voters have been choosing candidates from the same party for president and Senate. That trend appeared to be holding true this year too, even with Donald Trump, unusual as he is, on the ballot. So […]
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