Republicans Pin Hopes On Senate Turnover In 2014

By Mara Liasson

July 23, 2013

Much of what happens in the Senate in the present reflects expectations for the Senate of the future — specifically after the next election. Republican hopes are high for a takeover in 2014 that would confront President Obama with united opposition from a GOP-controlled Congress. So what are the prospects for the gains the GOP needs?

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