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WASHINGTON (AP) — With frustrated voters poised to unleash their wrath, unpopular Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and vulnerable Sen. Barbara Boxer will find out their Republican opponents this fall. And fellow Democratic Sen. Blanche Lincoln will learn whether she'll even be on the November ballot.
Their states — Nevada, California and Arkansas — are among 12 holding primaries and runoffs Tuesday, the busiest night thus far of this year's congressional and gubernatorial elections.
Voters are choosing Democratic and Republican nominees for governor in several states like Iowa, where the general election contest was certain to be competitive. GOP primary voters in South Carolina also are settling a nasty four-way contest.
The outcomes will determine matchups for November, when Democrats will try to maintain their comfortable majorities in the House and Senate and overcome Republican challenges in dozens of gubernatorial races.
Although Democrats are on defense, the results of previous primaries make clear that neither party is safe from voters' ire.
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