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Democrats Gain Senate Strength, Republicans Hold Onto Housei
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November 07, 2012 7:46 PM
Republicans held onto their strong majority in the House of Representatives in Tuesday's U.S. election, but Democrats took a number of key Senate races, boosting their slim majority in the Senate. This means that President Barack Obama, who was re-elected, will again have to face the country's big challenges with a divided Congress, as VOA congressional correspondent Cindy Saine reports.

Democrats Gain Senate Strength, Republicans Hold Onto House

Published November 07, 2012

Republicans held onto their strong majority in the House of Representatives in Tuesday's U.S. election, but Democrats took a number of key Senate races, boosting their slim majority in the Senate. This means that President Barack Obama, who was re-elected, will again have to face the country's big challenges with a divided Congress, as VOA congressional correspondent Cindy Saine reports.


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