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Three Tight Races: Florida, Missouri, New Mexico

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Three Tight Races: Florida, Missouri, New Mexico

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Three Tight Races: Florida, Missouri, New Mexico

Three Tight Races: Florida, Missouri, New Mexico

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Three professional observers offer their views on close election races in Florida, Missouri and New Mexico.

Beth Reinhard of The Miami Herald discusses the Florida governor's race.

George Connor, a professor of political science at Missouri State University, talks about the Senate race in Missouri.

Michael Coleman, a reporter for the Albuquerque Journal, speaks about a race in New Mexico's First Congressional District.