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As Democrats try to gain 17 seats to win a House majority and Republicans work to gain six to capture the Senate, each side faces an uphill battle.
Obama's approval ratings have dipped precipitously since the launch of Obamacare. Will they bounce back?
Pundits puzzle over her taking on the incumbent, but he may be more vulnerable than they think for what he hasn't done.
Speculation abounds over who will run for president. While Democrats want Clinton, the GOP list keeps growing.
Democratic dreams of long-term Republican fallout may be fading as Obamacare rollout issues grab the spotlight.
Republicans can't afford to have any weak candidates next year if they want to regain control of the upper chamber.
The best hope for Democrats to score a net gain of 17 House seats in 2014 is further self-destruction by the Republicans.