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Among current U.S. Senate candidates, having more cash than an opponent can help boost poll numbers — especially in races seen as tossups. But in heavily partisan states, such as Alabama, Kansas and Kentucky, even a substantial cash advantage for the minority party candidate might not be enough to carry the day in November.
2020 is an election year like no other.
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