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Several Senate seats on the line in election, South Carolina Democrat raises record $57 million

CBS News Tuesday, 13 October 2020
Early voters are already heading to the polls, and will help decide a series of important U.S. Senate races. Ed O'Keefe reports on some of those races with just three weeks to go until Election Day.
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