Even as this year’s polarizing presidential race commands most of the attention from the press and pundits, restaurateurs also are keeping an eye on several of the 2008 congressional elections. On Nov. 4, voters will decide who next will fill 33 Senate seats and all 435 House seats. The results could not only change the balance of power in Congress—especially in the Senate, where Republicans are defending 23 seats—but also could put into office a notable number of ...

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