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Polls show Republicans leading in congressional races

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LITTLE ROCK — Republicans lead in each of the state's four congressional districts, new polling data shows.

Polls conducted Sept. 17 via automated phone calls by Talk Business and Hendrix College found that the GOP candidates have double-digit leads in all four congressional races.

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The leads are so great that Roby Brock, executive director of Talk Business, said "it would be a comeback for the ages" if any non-Republican congressional candidate is elected Nov. 6.

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