Democrats are poised to capture even more Congressional seats in this year's elections, observers said, after gaining a majority in both the House and Senate in the 2006 mid-term elections. Of particular concern to the supermarket industry is the Senate, where 23 of the 35 seats that are being contested are held by Republicans. “Everyone's eyes are on the Senate this year because of the nature of the election process,” said Tom Wenning, senior vice president and general counsel, National ...

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