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Republicans File Lawsuit Over Tight Arizona Senate Race

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News video: Arizona Senate race: McSally or Sinema?

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Republicans have a huge advantage as they seek to hold or expand their 51-49 Senate majority, with the battle for control running mostly through states that President Donald Trump won in 2016. Meanwhile, Democratic hopes of taking the Senate hinge on nearly all of their incumbents winning -- a...

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