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Republicans Pessimistic About Scott Brown's Chances In Massachusetts Senate Race

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When Sen. Scott Brown won a special election to replace the late Edward Kennedy in January 2010, some Republicans called it a miracle. Now, some of those same Republicans are starting to acknowledge that Brown may need another episode of divine intervention to keep his seat.

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