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September 19th, 2012
08:58 PM ET

The battle for the U.S. Senate: GOP candidates steer clear of Romney comments

It wasn't long ago, just a few months ago in fact, Republicans were optimistic they could reclaim the majority in the Senate. They only needed to flip four seats.

Romney's effect on Senate race

There are eight states Republicans were optimistic they could keep or carry. Now a number of those states are toss-ups with Democrats actually leading in several of the states including Virginia, Missouri, and Massachusetts.

Our Senior Congressional Reporter Dana Bash is OutFront.


Filed under: 2012 Election • News • Politics
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  1. tunji

    Actually I'm sicking tired.of those new breed of extremists tea party Republicans because they are not helping this country at all I can't waits for Democrats to.win big in November especially those senate seats hopefully Democratic will takes control of those power seats and leave Republicans in the cold that is my hope

    September 20, 2012 at 12:32 pm | Reply
  2. Buck

    Mitt Romney has a 4 part plan to get elected and every one should be aware of it.

    1. Get a few white rich men to pay for everything--CK

    2. Get all the bigots and raciest----------–CK

    3. Get all the stupid people ( lots of them)(Bush got elected twice, Palin is rich, Rush is super rich, Beckman keeps getting re-elected) which all proves

    that there are a lot of stupid people. so-CK

    4. Get voter laws changed just to put him over the top in case it's close and just to be sure and just because those on the right don't really have a back-

    bone to really speak-up especially the "white house".........so.....CK

    Will it work...time will tell and lets be real, the other side has done a lot of good things......but they are just the "lesser of two evils".

    September 20, 2012 at 12:51 am | Reply

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