With 24 Republican senators up for reelection in November 2016, not to mention the presidential election, there is so much set to change for both public and private exchanges.

“Who takes over the Senate and who takes the White House will drive where the market ends up,” said Yvette Fontenot, partner at Washington-based lobbying firm Avenue Solutions, and former deputy director of the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Health Reform.

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