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Pennsylvania Could Determine Control of the Senate, But First They’ll Need to Count Votes

  • It could take time to call Senate race if it’s very close
  • Potential for delays in vote counting, challenges to results
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What Frank Luntz Expects From the Midterm Elections

Control of the US Senate risks being decided in a pivotal race in Pennsylvania, where conditions are ripe for another chaotic post-election fight.

All of the factors that led the state to be the epicenter of Donald Trump’s attempts to overturn the 2020 election are once again in place: a divided electorate, disputes over election rules, a delay in counting Democratic-leaning mail ballots and Republican candidates who are willing to go to extreme lengths to contest the results.