Definition of Senate race
1. Noun. A race for election to the senate.
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Literary usage of Senate race
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1. Hispanics and the Future of America by Marta Tienda, Faith Mitchell (2006)
"The latter scenario has been enhanced by the win in the Florida US senate race by former Secretary of Housing and Urban ..."
2. Make a Difference: A Spectacular Breakthrough in the Fight Against Poverty by Gary MacDougal (2005)
"I had shown in the earlier senate race that I could raise money, and it was widely believed that George Bush had made a mistake in encouraging me to get out ..."
3. Debates of Lincoln & Douglas: Carefully Prepared by the Reporters of Each ...by Digital Scanning Inc. Staff, Digital Scanning Inc by Digital Scanning Inc. Staff, Digital Scanning Inc (1998)
"The Lincoln-Douglas Debates drew the attention of the entire nation, Although Lincoln would lose the senate race in 1858, he would beat out Douglas in the ..."
4. Winning Florida: How the Bush Team Fought the Battle by Robert Zelnick (2001)
"... Sarasota— where he was thought to be leading, some 200000 fewer votes had been cast in the senate race than in the Bush- Dukakis presidential contest. ..."
5. Big Picture: Money Follows Power Shift on Capitol Hill by Larry Makinson (1997)
"... unsuccessful Senate effort, and Republican Guy Millner of Georgia, whose $6.4 million was not enough to beat Max Cleland in a very close senate race. ..."