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What to watch tonight

The New York Times outlines the big questions to consider tonight as voting results come in:

– How big of a win will this be for Republicans?
– What do the results tell us about the 2016 presidential race?
– Do the Clintons still have their magic?
– What can be gleaned from the House races?
– Will governors’ races mirror the congressional races?
– What happens to the Obama coalition?
– Who will get credit if Republicans win, and who deserves it?

Read more analysis here.

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What to watch tonight

The New York Times outlines the big questions to consider tonight as voting results come in:

– How big of a win will this be for Republicans?
– What do the results tell us about the 2016 presidential race?
– Do the Clintons still have their magic?
– What can be gleaned from the House races?
– Will governors’ races mirror the congressional races?
– What happens to the Obama coalition?
– Who will get credit if Republicans win, and who deserves it?

Read more analysis here.

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