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Analysis: WAMU Reporters Break Down 2012 Election Results

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Democrats held some ground in Virginia, several major policy initiatives were approved in Maryland and an incumbent D.C. Council member was defeated in a general election for the first time in 15 years. WAMU 88.5 Maryland reporter Matt Bush, Virginia reporter Michael Pope and D.C. reporter Patrick Madden talk with WAMU's Morning Edition host Matt McCleskey to break down the election results. Listen to the full discussion here.

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