Republican Senate candidates now lead their rivals in seven contests, including three involving Democratic incumbents. Republicans need to win six seats to gain control of the Senate.
In an eight seat, the Republican is tied with a Democratic incumbent. And, in a ninth contest, the GOP candidate trails the Democratic incumbent by only two points.
In the following seven races — all in seats now held by Democrats — the Republican has a lead:
Republicans Lead in Seven:
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