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Times: Dems' outlook is bleak, but surprises can help

By Doug Published: October 14, 2010

The New York Times is reporting that Democrats are beginning to concede some Congressional races in the election that is now less than three weeks away.

However, the Times says, it's last-minute surprises like those in Ohio that have the potential to change the dynamics.

New revelations of a candidate who occasionally dressed up as a Nazi officer and the high-profile filing of a sexual harassment lawsuit against another already have Republicans pessimistic about their chances for two Democratic seats in Ohio they had hoped to swipe from Democrats.

The references are to the Marcy Kaptur-Rich Iott race in the Toledo area and the Betty Sutton-Tom Ganley race in Summit, Medina, Cuyahoga and Lorain counties.

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