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Money matchup

Democrats had more money than Republicans in the contests for 63 seats that flipped to the GOP on Tuesday. Democrats were more reliant on candidate fundraising and bank accounts from the previous election cycle while Republicans invested more in their own campaigns and benefited from more interest-group spending.

Democrats had more money than Republicans in the contests for 63 seats that flipped to the GOP on Tuesday.

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