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In this year’s elections for the US Senate, the Democratic Party are defending 29 seats, while the Republican Party only have 9 to look out for. This will make it very hard for the Democratic Party to gain control of the Senate once again.

We asked academic experts in states with key Senate and gubernatorial elections to comment on their local races, and on who is likely to win this year. We will add more articles as the election approaches. You can find links to the articles below:

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