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Official Washington is a city of contradictions in more ways than one. Memories are long, but second chances are hardly unheard of. Many a fallen politician has risen again.

Outgoing Maryland Democrat Frank Kratovil is already contemplating a rematch with Republican Andy Harris. For Kratovil, the vote-getting prospects could look quite different if he decides to run again for the 1st Congressional District in 2012. In a word: redistricting.

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