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October 30, 2008 11:29 AM

GOP suddenly worried Dems could hold 60 Senate seats

Races Republicans never thought they'd have to be concerned about now appear to be close as the Democrats close in on the possibility they'll control a "supermajority" in the U.S. Senate. That would be the first time in three decades one party has had that much control of the Senate.

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