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Third party candidates could shake up Senate races in South Carolina, Georgia, Maine

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Third party candidates have the ability to shake up the balance of power in the Senate. NBC News’ Priscilla Thompson looks at three key races in South Carolina, Georgia and Maine that could determine who helps control the Senate.