Losing the Senate Would Be a Catastrophe

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The worst case in November would be very bad indeed.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE I t’s far too early to make confident predictions about what will happen in November, but at this point, things are looking good . . . for the Democrats. The maps over at RealClearPolitics have the party leading the race for the presidency and the House and facing a toss-up in the Senate. The betting market PredictIt has the Democrats favored to win the White House, the House, and the Senate — and roughly even odds to win all three at once.

If the Dems just win the White House and keep the House, that will mean divided government. A future Biden

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