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From CNN: There are very few things that the Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton campaigns agree on these days, but one point of total agreement is that this race has tightened over the last 10-14 days."

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Poll: Democrat Ossoff Leads Election to Replace Price; Expected Runoff is Competitive

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