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Election Night : What We've Seen So Far

Election Night : What We've Seen So Far

Update: 2022-11-093
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The balance of power will take time to sort out, but here are some firsts you can talk about around the water cooler Wednesday: Vermont becomes the final state to elect a woman to Congress, Florida is sending the first member of Gen Z to the House and Massachusetts has elected the nation's first openly lesbian governor.

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This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, political correspondent Susan Davis, and national political correspondent Mara Liasson.

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Election Night : What We've Seen So Far

Election Night : What We've Seen So Far

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