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Money floods the race for control of Congress, more than a year early

In Georgia, Sen. Raphael Warnock, a Democrat, raised more than $100,000 per day in the past three months for a $9.5 million haul.

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Democrats see edge in early Senate map as Trump casts big shadow

But Democratic officials are all too aware of the foreboding political history they confront: that in a president’s first midterms, the party occupying the White House typically loses seats —…

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As Trump raked in cash denying his loss, little went to actual legal fight

All told, Trump’s campaign spent only $10 million on legal costs — about one-fifth of what it spent on advertising and fundraising

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Georgia senate runoffs: What to watch for

The early turnout data suggests high participation among Black voters, who make up a large part of Georgia’s Democratic electorate — a good sign for the party

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A gathering political storm hits Georgia, with Trump on the way

If both Republicans are defeated, control of the Senate will shift to Democrats just as Biden moves into the Oval Office

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Undeterred by pandemic, Americans prepare to render a verdict on Trump

Undeterred by the pandemic, Americans have already displayed an uncommon determination to have their voices and votes heard this year. Nearly 100 million cast their ballots in advance of Election…

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Can Trump squeeze more from his white base in Pennsylvania and beyond?

Trump still faces significant headwinds in Pennsylvania. Recent polling shows Trump’s strength dipping among those voters compared with four years ago.

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Six takeaways from the vice-presidential debate

Harris wanted to talk about President Donald Trump. Pence wanted to talk about Joe Biden. And neither had much interest in answering any of the questions posed by the moderator — or by the other…

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