(Worthy News) - The battle for control of the Senate remains a jump ball just days before elections, with Democrats leading or within striking distances in seven races — more than enough to take the chamber from Republicans.
Republicans have built leads in races for seats their party holds in Ohio and Arizona and see a potential pickup in Nevada.
But Democrats have been able to expand the map by putting into play North Carolina and Missouri, which seemed safely Republican just a few months ago. Add those to Republican seats that have been targets in New Hampshire, Florida, Illinois, Pennsylvania Indiana and Wisconsin, and Democrats are increasingly hopeful. [ Source ]
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