Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) reportedly now thinks Republicans have a better chance to retake the Senate majority after looking at recent polls that show tightening in key races.
McConnell had been skeptical of Republicans' chances because he didn't think National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) chair Rick Scott (R-FL)'s plan of spending heavy early in key races would work.
Scott's strategy was to define Democrats early and impact media polling.
Races in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Nevada are now within the margin of error after Democrats had held larger leads. In Ohio, Georgia, North Carolina, and Florida, Republican candidates hold leads over their Democrat opponents.
There is still some squabbling over Trump-backed Blake Masters in Arizona, but for the most part Republicans seem to be getting on the same page.
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