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The 2006 Horse Race

Dan Balz and I wrote a story for today's Post examining the national political atmosphere and how it is shaping the 2006 battle for the Senate and House. There's also a great interactive map online that lets readers see where the fight for control of Congress is being staged.

Please share your own thoughts about the story in the comments area below. I'll monitor the feedback throughout the day and try to respond to some of the more common questions/critiques later.

I was online Monday morning to answer questions in the Post Politics Hour chat.  Read the Web chat transcript here.

One other thing: Check this space this afternoon for a very special "Insider Interview" -- the first in a series of chats with candidates contemplating a 2008 presidential candidacy.

Extras from today's Post story:

* Party Standings: There are 33 Senate races this year, with Democrats defending 18 seats and Republicans defending 15.

* Contested House Seats: Five races that could determine who controls the House next year.

By Chris Cillizza  |  February 6, 2006; 9:30 AM ET
Categories:  Governors , House , Senate  
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