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Bipartisan Policy Center Analyzes House and Senate Races

Washington, DC
Monday, November 5, 2012

Experts at the Bipartisan Policy Center discussed House and Senate races across the country and how they'll affect which party will hold the two chambers of Congress.

The panel also speculated on the outcome of races that are still too close to call.

Former Secretary of Agriculture Dan Glickman gave introductory remarks and Former National Republican Congressional Committee Chair Rep. Tom Davis (R-VA) and Former Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chair Rep. Martin Frost (D-TX) participated in the panel discussion.

The Democracy Project also released its Redistricting 2012 Report, outlining the impact of the 2012 redistricting cycle on the number of competitive seats and the make-up of the House of Representatives.

Updated: Monday, November 5, 2012 at 10:23am (ET)

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