Republicans pick up Senate seat in North Dakota: networks
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republicans captured another Democratic Senate seat on Tuesday, with North Dakota Governor John Hoeven beating Democrat Tracy Potter in the race to replace retiring Democratic Senator Byron Dorgan, CNN and Fox projected.
The victory will help narrow the Democrats' majority in the Senate.
(Reporting by Jeremy Pelofsky; Editing by Frances Kerry)
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