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More Election Wrap-up

GUESTS: ALBERT EISLEY Editor, The Hill, a newspaper devoted to coverage of Capitol Hill MARY LYNN JONES Features Editor, The Hill Yesterday's polling data was divided sharply along racial, gender and urban/rural lines. When the tallies came in Tuesday evening, America had elected itself an almost perflectly split Senate and whittled the Republican advantage in Congress down to seven seats. When the Presidential race is finally decided, either candidate is likely to face four years of gridlock. Can anything be achieved in government when voters are so divided?

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