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A Progressive Comeback?
Monday, October 18 2010

Tags: democracy corps | Democrats | house | national | Republican Party | tracking

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Democracy Corps's tracking this week and last week report a closing congressional vote.  Any movement at all in the Democratic direction is notable given the unprecedented disparity in independent campaign expenditure this cycle and continued disheartening economic news.  These results also show that, unlike the summer, voters are willing to listen to Democratic arguments.