GOP Sees Chance to Retake Senate

Monday, 19 Jul 2010 08:57 AM

 

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Democrats concede that Republicans could retake the Senate this November — after their party held a commanding 60-seat majority, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.

Leaders of both parties have believed for months that Republicans could win the House, however a change of party control in the Senate, where only a third of the members are running and Republicans must capture 10 seats, seemed remote.

Enter competitive GOP candidates in Wisconsin, Washington and California — Democratic-leaning states where polls now show tight races — bring the number of seats that Republicans could take from the Democrats to 11.

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