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Race Narrows with Further Message Clarity
Thursday, October 14 2010

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

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It is three weeks to the election - and Democrats are in position to finish closer.  That is the possible 'October Surprise' we spotlighted last week.  For sure, the Democrats are still behind, in grueling race-by-race battles against overwhelming outside spending and a very pessimistic mood and tough economy.  Gains in the actual races in the House and Senate battlegrounds are in inches, with many key races virtually tied.   Nonetheless, Democrats are making gains.