Democrat Chrissy Houlahan was elected to the House on Nov. 6 in Pennsylvania’s 6th Congressional District, flipping a seat currently held by the GOP.

Democrat Chrissy Houlahan was elected to the House on Nov. 6 in Pennsylvania’s 6th Congressional District, flipping a seat currently held by the GOP.

The results of this week’s midterm elections brought a return to two party governance in Washington. But if Democrats, who will take control of the House in January, have more power, the President’s reaction was anything but conciliatory. The New Yorker’s Susan Glasser predicted before Tuesday’s vote that there were few outcomes that could fix the country’s broken politics. And if this week is an indication of what’s to come, she’s right.

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  • Susan Glasser Staff writer, The New Yorker

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