What the 2010 election means for the D.C. area
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What the 2010 election means for the D.C. area

Washington Post columnist Robert McCartney breaks down the 2010 midterm election results and talks about what a GOP controlled house means for the District, Md. and Va. (The Washington Post/Photos by Post & AP)

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