By Nathan L. Gonzales & Jacob Rubashkin
While the race for the White House dominates the news, the fight for the Senate is closer.
The easiest thing to do after 2016 would be to declare every race with President Donald Trump on the ballot as a toss-up. But that would be at the expense of the data. After analyzing polling at the national, state and congressional district level, our current projection gives Joe Biden a 319-187 advantage in the Electoral College with 32 votes in the Toss-up category. That doesn’t mean the presidential race is over, but there’s more certainty…
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