National Perspective on 2016 Presidential, U.S. Senate Races

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Eileen Braden, vice president of political affairs for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, gives the CalChamber Board a rundown on the volatile 2016 presidential campaign and key races in the U.S. Chamber’s effort to maintain a pro-business majority in the U.S. Senate. She says the first presidential debate on September 26 may prove to be significant for the 20% of U.S. voters who still were undecided at the beginning of the month.

Eileen Braden, vice president of political affairs for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, gives the CalChamber Board a rundown on the volatile 2016 presidential campaign and key races in the U.S. Chamber’s effort to maintain a pro-business majority in the U.S. Senate. She says the first presidential debate on September 26 may prove to be significant for the 20% of U.S. voters who still were undecided at the beginning of the month.

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