RCP’s Bevan on Senate Races: ‘Voters Have Made a Distinction’ Between Trump and GOP

‘It seems like voters have made a distinction between Donald Trump, the candidate, and Republican incumbents in a lot of the states’

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BEVAN: "It seems like voters have made a distinction between Donald Trump, the candidate, and Republican incumbents in a lot of the states, and we have a map on our site that shows all of the Senate races and if you click on it and according to the averages as they stand today, how those states will be allocated, it’s 50/50, and it’sthat close in a lot of the states, and if the bottom continues to fall out for Donald Trump, and a guy like pat Toomey, he was up four or five, and now he is trailing and trump is down in the state. Those are the kinds of things that we have to keep an eye on and see. Joe heck was leading the race for a long time and now has fallen behind."

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