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October 12, 2016

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Alan Snipes

Oh, what the Heck!

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I put this state and NH as the key to Democratic control of the Senate for the next two years.

Right the Senate is 54-46 in favor of Republicans. Democrats will most likely gain three (WI, IL, IN). That leaves NV, PA and NH as almost as much wins for Democrats, and NV is the only open seat out of the three. Thanks to PPP, I would like to say that we can put this state in the Demoratic column and this should comfort Charles Schumer thanks to his to-be-predecessor Harry Reid. If we dont win NH though, Senator Kaine's seat will be up in 2017 (another poll here for PPP!) which may go Republican so if we dont win NH or PA, the Senate may revert back to Republican control.

I should also mention Hillary will have a larger pool of candidates for her cabinet pick so there is certain someone from Massachusetts who will be able to join her in the Whitehouse and that may also hinge on the NV race.

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