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Top Senate and House Races of 2012

Tampa, FL
Wednesday, August 29, 2012

All this week, the National Journal broadcasts from Tampa, Florida, to provide daily updates from the GOP convention.

Wednesday, panelists focused on the down-ballot, specifically the top Senate and House races of the 2012 campaign cycle. Panelists included: Rep. Pete Sessions (R-TX), National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman; National Republican Senatorial Committee Executive Director Rob Jesmer; and National Republican Congressional Committee Executive Director Guy Harrison.

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Updated: Friday, August 31, 2012 at 12:10am (ET)

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