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DNC chair: Democrats will keep the Senate | WashingtonExaminer.com

The chair of the Democratic National Committee predicted Sunday that Democrats will maintain a majority in the Senate, even as polling across battleground states shows a tough slog for the party leading up to Election Day.I think we’re going to hold the Senate, Debbie Wasserman Schultz predicted on ABC's This Week. We have a ground game that — I know [RNC Chair] Reince [Priebus] would take ours over theirs any day of the week.Republicans would need to net six seats to take over the Senate from Democrats, and that scenario currently looks likely.But Wasserman Schultz pointed to the unprecedented resources Democrats have committed to turning out the vote in battleground states to alter the midterm electorate — a shift that would not be reflected in polling.We’ve got early vote numbers that are up in the most competitive states, in the most competitive districts all across the country, Wasserman Schultz continued. We’ve focused on making sure that we bring our number up for voters who didn’t cast ballots in 2010 but voted for the president in 2008 and 2012.... Read More

 
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