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50 state overview with Dan Balz and David Broder
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50 state overview with Dan Balz and David Broder

The Washington Post's Dan Balz and David Broder explain their 50 State Outlook piece. Balz and Broder, along with Chris Cillizza, have evaluated every states' congressional, senatorial and gubernatorial candidates, as well as presidential battleground states. (Emily Freifeld/The Washington Post)

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