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Topic - Nathan L. Gonzales
Democratic senators facing tough re-election campaigns this year have a significant cash advantage over their potential challengers, according to the latest finance reports — though in some of those races, the GOP candidates are at least making up ground.
Money isn't buying much love on the campaign trail these days in Florida.
"Republicans have to hold Georgia to have their best shot at taking control of the Senate," said Nathan L. Gonzales, deputy editor of the Rothenberg Political Report.
"We don't know yet how she will hold up to increased scrutiny and criticism," Mr. Gonzales said.