Beginning in 2004, Democrats nearly erased the Republican Party's New York delegation, taking over some seats that had been held by the GOP since the Civil War. This fall, Republicans have a real shot at reclaiming three neighboring districts. Serious hurdles remain, including funding woes and a feud between the GOP and the tea party movement.
GOP Targets Conservative-Leaning Districts In N.Y.
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