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Video: Both parties aim for control of the Senate

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The election is just over two weeks away, and with 34 Senate seats up for grabs, both Republicans and Democrats are hoping to claim a majority after the votes are tallied.

Observers predict that whichever party takes the Senate in November will control it with one of the narrowest margins in history. CNN Congressional Correspondent Chris Black takes a look in this video report.

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CNN's Chris Black updates the races that will help decide the battle for the Senate (October 23)

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