According to pollsters, Democrat are poised to wrest switch of the House from the Republican, who’ve managed to hold it for eight years, while Republican are about as likely to maintain their majority in the Senate, perhaps even picking up a set or two. But have the pollsters accounted for what analysts are calling a particularly “unusual” election, which peculiarity historic early voting turnout and what countless repute will be remarkable numbers of “non-usual” voters.

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