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         Dem         GOP         Oth

Current           24          26           0

Won            3           8           0

Leading            0           0           0

Holdovers           20          19           0

         ---         ---         ---

Trend           23          27           0

Insufficient Vote           0           0           0

Net Change:                                     

Winners           -1          +1           0

Leaders            0           0           0

         ---         ---         ---

          -1          +1           0

Insufficient Vote:

Dem Open 0

GOP Open 0

Oth Open 0

Dem Incumbent 0

GOP Incumbent 0

Oth Incumbent 0

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