Two states, Mississippi and Minnesota, have both of their Senate seats on the ballot this November. When was the last time a state held two Senate elections at the same time, and the two winners were from different parties?
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The answer? 1948. That was the year Citation won the Triple Crown. And it was the year that the Democrats recaptured both the House and Senate from the Republicans after a two-year absence.
The randomly selected winner is Jason Kessler of Raleigh, N.C. Jason wins the coveted Political Junkie button.