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Michael Bowman
October 25, 2012 6:58 PM
Next month, Americans will elect a president and a new Congress. The political make-up of Congress will help determine whether the next president can enact his agenda in the next four years. Republicans are expected to retain their House majority, but control of the Senate, where Democrats currently have a majority, is in question. VOA's Michael Bowman reports some of the pivotal contests include a hard-fought Senate race in the state of Virginia.

Control of US Senate Up for Grabs

Michael Bowman

Published October 25, 2012

Next month, Americans will elect a president and a new Congress. The political make-up of Congress will help determine whether the next president can enact his agenda in the next four years. Republicans are expected to retain their House majority, but control of the Senate, where Democrats currently have a majority, is in question. VOA's Michael Bowman reports some of the pivotal contests include a hard-fought Senate race in the state of Virginia.


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