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  • "There is, and always was, a path for victory for him. It depended a lot on what he did with it," said Jennifer E. Duffy, who covers Senate races for the Cook Political Report. "He's essentially had to rebuild from scratch [since leaving the GOP], and he has been doing that and still raising money."

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  • "I think they're going to come together out of necessity," said Jennifer E. Duffy, who covers gubernatorial races for the Cook Political Report. "Once everybody [in the party] sort of gets over the shock, I think that they're going to come around and be with him."

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