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The race for control of the Connecticut House of Representatives has been very low-profile so far, and the strangeness of this pandemic year isn’t helping candidates get their messages out. There’s a lot less door-knocking and hand-shaking, and little chance things will change before Election Day.
This makes life harder for challengers, who can sometimes counter the advantages of incumbency with a strong ground game of door-knocking and voter-meeting. This also makes state races more susceptible than they already are to national voting patterns.
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