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GOP Adds to Majority With Wins in South
Republicans expanded their slender majority in the Senate Tuesday, grabbing seats from the Democratic Party in at least four southern states, staving off challenges in other tight races.
 GOP Gains in the House

Daschle's Seat at Risk As GOP Wins Senate
Senate Minority Leader was on the verge of being swept from Congress as a surge in GOP strongholds strengthened Republican control of the Senate and House.

Lobbyists Rain Largess on Senate Incumbents
Federal lobbyists have a clear preference who they want to win election to the Senate: the people who are already there.

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