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U.S. Senate likely to remain Democratic, pundits concede (access required)

Networks project that West Virginia Gov. Joe Manchin, a Democrat, will defeat Republican John Raese in the special election to replace the late Robert Byrd.  According to the right-leaning Washington Examiner's Timothy P. Carney, Manchin's win renders GOP chances of taking control of the Senate, "impossible." National Review's Jim Geraghty offers a silver lining for conservatives, ...as ...

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