Recruiting tightens race for control of Senate

Democrats out to blunt GOP edge in numbers

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Even though he predicts Mr. Obama will prevail in November, Mr. Miller points out that Senate races often operate separately from the presidential race.

“In 2000, Senate Democrats picked up four or fives seats when Al Gore lost,” Mr. Miller said. “I wouldn’t put odds on it, but Democrats have a very good chance of retaining the Senate.”

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