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News Roundup: GOP Outside Spending is Sparse in House Races

October 9, 2012
Good morning, Alley readers, and welcome back. Let's get to the headlines.

Spending from GOP outside groups in House races is sparser than Republicans would like, Roll Call reports.

Nerves seemed to fray at Monday's debate between Virginia Senate candidates Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican George Allen, The Hill reports.

Montana Senate candidates Democratic Sen. Jon Tester and Republican Rep. Denny Rehberg traded sharp barbs Monday, The Hill reports.

In the Massachusetts Senate race, Republican Sen. Scott Brown edged rival Elizabeth Warren in a new poll, Hotline On Call reports.

The North Dakota Senate race is in a dead heat, according to a new poll.
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