President Barack Obama speaks as he campaigns for Pennsylvania Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf Sunday, Nov. 2, 2014, at Temple University in Philadelphia. (AP/Matt Rourke)
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Republicans are claiming new momentum before Americans vote Tuesday in a national election, attacking President Barack Obama in a final push to motivate voters to give them a Senate majority.Obama encouraged Democrats to reject Republican cynicism during a Sunday appearance with Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy, who is facing a tough re-election battle in a state carried by Obama in 2008 and 2012 .While the elections will determine winners in all 435 House districts and in 36 governors' seats, the national focus is largely on the Senate, where Republicans need to gain six seats to control the majority in the Congress that convenes in January. Republicans already control the House and are likely to add to their majority. If Republicans gain a Senate majority, Obama will find it very hard to push major Democratic-backed legislation through Congress in the final two years of his presidency.
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