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The latest polls in six important 2014 U.S. Senate races

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The Montana senate race shows Republican Representative Steve Daines leading incumbent (since February) Democrat Senator John Walsh (not the guy from America's Most Wanted) by 14 points, 51-37.

The Louisiana senate race shows Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy leading incumbent (since 1997) Democrat Senator Mary Landrieu by four points, 46-42.

The Arkansas senate race shows Republican Rep. Tom Cotton tied with incumbent (since 2003) Democrat Senator Mark Pryor at 46-46.

The North Carolina senate race shows Republican Thom Tillis (Speaker of the state's House of Representatives) trailing incumbent (since 2009) Democrat Senator Kay Hagan by just two points, 45-43.

The West Virginia senate race (open seat) shows Republican Rep. Shelley Moore Capito leading Democrat candidate Natalie Tennant (the state's Secretary of State) by 14 points, 49-35.

The South Dakota senate race (open seat) shows Republican Mike Rounds (formerly the state's Governor) leading Democrat candidate Rick Weiland (a former FEMA Region VIII Director) by 20 points, 51-31.



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