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Senate may not know who won by start of post-election session

The Senate is expected to wrap up its work on a stopgap spending bill by the end of this week and head home until Nov. 12, Democratic leadership aides said yesterday. At that point, though, returning senators may not know who will be running the chamber next year, even as both parties are scheduled to select their leaders that week. With most analysts predicting tight races in more than a half-dozen states -- the number Republicans would have to flip to gain a majority -- control could hinge on one or two states that may not crown a winner on Election Day.

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