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A lot of speculation now about how many seats may change party hands after Tuesday's election. D.C. may not have a vote in Congress, but Congress certainly has an impact on the District. What's at stake for D.C. in this election? A lot of our area is really dependent on the federal government. How could a shift in control affect residents across the region?

Morning Edition host Matt McCleskey talks with Washington Post columnist Robert McCartney about the week's top stories.

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