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Anatomy of Close House Races Revealed

The Congressional Quarterly Staff has a New York Times post, "Fifteen Republicans Squeaked by in 2006, Analysis Shows," which sheds some interesting light on House races Dems lost by less than three percentage points. The article has short run-downs on each of the races, and on the two House races the Dems won by less than three percent. This should be interesting reading for potential challengers for their seats in '08, as well as Dem strategists.