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WSJ: ‘Prospects brighten for GOP’

The Wall Street Journal reports that “unexpectedly strong bids by several Republican candidates and President Barack Obama‘s continued sagging approval ratings are boosting GOP chances of capturing a Senate majority.”

The Journal cites the Republicans’ “competitive bids for at least ten Senate seats now held by Democrats” and the fact that many GOP candidates have “narrowed their opponents’ fundraising advantage” as reasons for optimism.

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WSJ: ‘Prospects brighten for GOP’

The Wall Street Journal reports that “unexpectedly strong bids by several Republican candidates and President Barack Obama‘s continued sagging approval ratings are boosting GOP chances of capturing a Senate majority.”

The Journal cites the Republicans’ “competitive bids for at least ten Senate seats now held by Democrats” and the fact that many GOP candidates have “narrowed their opponents’ fundraising advantage” as reasons for optimism.

Read more here.

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