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Election 2010: New faces coming to Washington

Republicans recaptured control of the House and made gains in the Senate on Tuesday night, sparking celebrations across the country.

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Article | President Obama's failure to channel the anxieties of ordinary voters has shaken the faith that many Democrats once had in his political gifts and his team's political skill.
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At gathering, Republican governors look to rebrand their party
Article | Republican governors are gathering in San Diego to celebrate their midterm victories and to claim a new face for a party long known as a haven of white men. Republicans point to the election of two Hispanics, one Indian American and three females in the gubernatorial ranks two weeks ago.
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Two House Democrats call on Pelosi to leave leadership
Article | A pair of House Democrats publicly called on Speaker Nancy Pelosi to step down from the leadership Thursday and others suggested the same privately, as the California Democrat hunkered down in the Capitol to mull over her future.

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