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Election results: Congress is divided; Wolf, Casey, Menendez keep seats | Morning Newsletter

November 7, 2018

By Staff

A little groggy this a.m.? Whether you spent all night watching the results come in or decided to sleep it off, we have a recap of yesterday’s elections for you this morning. The short version: Congress is split. Democrats gained control of the U.S. House (with some help from Philly) while the GOP keeps control of the Senate. And our region reelected a lot of familiar faces. But, of course, there’s much more to it. This morning marks my one-year anniversary of writing this newsletter, and I’m happy to be here with you on an important day like today.

A reminder: we’re keeping all of our coverage of the midterm elections unrestricted and available to everyone today. But public service journalism like this requires a lot of time, effort and money. We appreciate your support of our work.

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