Saturday, August 6, 2016

Will Donald Trump Sink Republicans in Senate Races?

By NBC News, Aug 04, 2016 

With Hillary Clinton's lead widening — in national polls and several critical swing states — and Donald Trump's campaign in an apparent freefall after a disastrous week, Republicans have become increasingly alarmed at the prospect that Trump may be a major liability for several GOP senators up for re-election.

GOP Senate candidates, not surprisingly, are being asked about every crazy and controversial thing Trump says and does. While many GOP Senate seats were already in play before Trump became the nominee, the polarizing candidate at the top of the ticket makes it harder for GOP Senate candidates facing voters in November. "That's the reality," former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele said Thursday.

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