Last week the Democratic Party won control
of the U.S. House of Representatives by a 29-seat margin, 232 to 203.
Of the 435 places in the House, only 27 changed party hands; 22 of
these were taken by Democrats (including one from an unaffiliated
incumbent, Frazier Reams, in Ohio). The House elections, regionally:
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