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Dems Outspending Republicans in Key Senate Races

Newsmax Monday, 5 October 2020
With Democrats vying to take control of the Senate, new data indicates the party has outspent Republicans in nine states where there are competitive Senate races. Axios obtained the numbers, which show that Democrats have spent more than Republicans on Senate races...
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