Republicans try to nab late-emerging ‘sleeper’ Senate races in Michigan and Minnesota

Michigan and Minnesota’s importance to Tuesday’s election between President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has overshadowed their role in deciding Senate control.

Biden, the two-term vice president and 36-year Delaware senator, planned stops in Michigan and Minnesota during his final weekend on the campaign trail to boost his support in the Upper Midwest. His visits also benefit down-ballot Democrats who could help him push a liberal agenda through Congress should he be elevated to the White House after Nov. 3.

Democrats need to gain three to four Senate seats for a majority. But the Michigan and Minnesota races haven’t earned the national attention of some of their counterparts
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