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2016 is also a big year for Congressional elections




The US Capitol is seen on September 28, 2013 in Washington.
The US Capitol is seen on September 28, 2013 in Washington.
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You'll be forgiven for thinking that the only important race in 2016 is for the White House.

But despite the jockeying between Trump, Rubio, Cruz, Kasich, Sanders and Clinton, there's another important contest to watch – for control of Congress.

Republicans currently outnumber Democrats in the Senate by 10 seats.

Meanwhile in the House, the GOP has 58 more members casting votes.

Kevin Robillard, campaigns reporter for Politico, joins Take Two to give us a breakdown about whether that make-up might flip after November.