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Virginia Senate: Webb and Allen Dead Even

Allen (R) 49%; Webb (D) 49%

The latest Rasmussen Reports poll of the bitterly fought U.S. Senate race in Virginia shows the contest too close to call, with both Republican Senator George Allen and Democratic challenger James Webb collecting 49%.

That makes Virginia one of two remaining Toss-Ups in our Senate Balance of Power summary, which now shows 49 seats Democrat or Leaning Democrat, 49 seats Republican or Leaning Republican. The other Toss-Up, Missouri, was always expected to be close. For most of Election 2006, Virginia was thought to be safely in the GOP column.

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