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PPACA fallout tightens Senate races

Michigan Democratic Rep. Gary Peters, left, and former two-term GOP Michigan Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land. (AP photo)
Michigan Democratic Rep. Gary Peters, left, and former two-term GOP Michigan Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land. (AP photo)

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — Thanks to the fiasco that followed the launch of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), Democrats are bracing for hard-fought Senate races in states they had hoped to win with ease just two months ago.

Weeks of technical problems with the health insurance enrollment website and anxiety over insurance cancellations for millions of people have erased early advantages enjoyed by Democratic candidates Gary Peters in Michigan and Mark Udall in Colorado.

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