Gains by Democrat have analysts calling North Dakota Senate race a toss-up

The race to succeed retiring Democrat Kent Conrad is too close to call at the moment. The Cook Political Report changed its outlook after a poll showed Democratic candidate Heidi Heitkamp with a slight lead over Republican Congressman Rick Berg.
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The race to succeed retiring Democrat Kent Conrad is too close to call at the moment. The Cook Political Report changed its outlook after a poll showed Democratic candidate Heidi Heitkamp with a slight lead over Republican Congressman Rick Berg.

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