Granite State Voters Set To Chisel Down Primary Field for US Senate

New Hampshire voters will chisel down the field of 11 Republican primary candidates on Sept. 13 in one of the country’s most consequential U.S. Senate races.
The race’s outcome could affect the balance of power in the Senate, either handing it back to Republicans, or solidifying Democrat control.
The top finisher in New Hampshire’s GOP primary will advance to face the winner of the state’s Democratic primary. That race pits first-term incumbent Sen. Maggie Hassan against two challengers from her party.
Hassan, a former governor of New Hampshire, is expected to move forward. And she holds a slight edge in the fall, say political forecasters who weigh in on races around the country. But pundits often use the term “vulnerable” when describing Hassan’s hold on her Senate seat….
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