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Missouri Senate: In Persistently Close Race, It's Now McCaskill By 3

McCaskill (D) 45%; Talent (R) 42%

Friday, September 15, 2006

In this fiercely competitive campaign, Democratic Missouri State Auditor Claire McCaskill now leads Republican Senator Jim Talent 45% to 42%.

This is the tenth election poll showing the combatants separated by less than the margin of error. Rasmussen Reports has so far conducted eleven surveys of the contest.

Missouri remains one of six Toss-Up states in our Senate Balance of Power summary. The other Toss-Ups are Rhode Island, New Jersey, Montana, Ohio and Tennessee.

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