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Senate Control Is a Tossup as Key Races Remain Tight

Democrats currently control the Senate

By Wall Street Journal

With just a few races still to be called, Republicans’ chances for a Senate majority rest on contests against Democratic incumbents in Nevada, Georgia and Arizona. Senate winners and losers took to the stage late Tuesday while other candidates urged voters to 'hang in there.' Photo Composite: Elise Dean

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