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November 4, 2006
Republican Surge In Senate?

We seem to be seeing a late-breaking trend towards Republicans, according to Rasmussen. Their daily review of races show momentum shifting back towards the GOP in some key contests:

Tennessee: Bob Corker pulling away from Harold Ford

Missouri: Dead heat between Jim Talent and Claire McCaskill; both have had slight leads in the last few polls

Virginia: James Webb has dropped his five-point lead over George Allen, and it's now a dead heat

Maryland: Michael Steele has pulled into a tie with Benjamin Cardin, despite the heavy Democratic Party registration advantage

Montana: Conrad Burns has come back from double-digit deficits to tie Jon Tester

These races will come down to voter turnout efforts. Republicans have claimed the momentum in these races, and an enthusiastic effort to get voters to the polls will get them elected. Control of the Senate remains in our hands -- but we have to get to work now.

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Posted by Ed Morrissey at November 4, 2006 12:20 PM

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