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Looking ahead to 2012

Senate Democrats could face an even greater challenge two years from now when they must defend numerous seats in swing states, albeit with President Obama on the ballot.

Senate Democrats could face an even greater challenge  two years from now when they must defend numerous seats in swing states, albeit with President Obama on the ballot.

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Republicans make gains in Senate, but Democrats hold on to slim majority
Article | Although the House shifted to Republican control, Democrats were able to protect Senate seats in West Virginia, Delaware and elsewhere that had been in danger of slipping away. That was just enough to preserve a legislative redoubt from which President Obama can continue to assert his agenda.
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Democrats keep majority, but GOP shifts landscape
Article | Democrats held on to their Senate majority by a slim margin Tuesday, although Republicans made significant gains, creating a fault line through Congress that will prevent either party from pushing through a partisan agenda.

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