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Wisconsin U.S. Senate race remains tight with 80% of votes counted

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U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson stopped short of declaring victory early Wednesday but said "this race is over" as he maintained a 1-point lead against Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, whose campaign said they were committed to making sure every vote is counted.
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Senate control too close to call as multiple states grapple with tight vote counts

WASHINGTON — Control of the U.S. Senate remained unclear early Wednesday as races in a handful of swing states in the midterm elections were still too close to call, and it appeared it might be days — or even weeks — before a final result was known. But Democrats flipped the open Pennsylvania Senate seat, which Republicans have held for years, signaling the party may hold onto that chamber for another two years, though likely with a narro…

3 months ago·United States
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Senate races too close to call as multiple states grapple with tight count

Control of Congress remains undecided Wednesday as multiple states continued to grapple with a tight voting count.

3 months ago·Miami, United States
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Wisconsin U.S. Senate race remains tight with 80% of votes counted

The New York Times' live forecast predicted just before 9:40 p.m. that the Oshkosh Republican would win the race by about 3.4 points.

3 months ago·Madison, United States
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Measure B race remains too close to call

Single-family homeowners in the city of San Diego haven’t paid additional fees for trash pickup in over 100 years thanks to a law called the People’s Ordinance. That could change, if voters approve Measure B.

3 months ago
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U.S. Senate control too close to call as multiple states grapple with tight vote counts

Control of the U.S. Senate remained unclear early Wednesday as races in a handful of swing states in the midterm elections were still too close to call, and it appeared it might be days — or even weeks — before a final result was known.But Democrats flipped the open Pennsylvania Senate seat, which Republicans have held for years, signaling the party may hold onto that chamber for another two years, though likely with a narrow majority.  Lt. Gov.…

3 months ago
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U.S. Senate control too close to call as multiple states grapple with tight vote counts

WASHINGTON — Control of the U.S. Senate remained unclear early Wednesday as races in a handful of swing states in the midterm elections were still too close to call, and

3 months ago
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