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The Race To 270 Tightens, But It's Still Too Close To Call

2020 election results
John Locher
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AP
A supporter of President Donald Trump rests on a table while waiting for election results at an election night party, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020, in Las Vegas.

President Donald Trump and his campaign team are attempting to cast doubt on the outcome of the election, but former Vice President Joe Biden is calling for calm and for all the votes to be counted.

Meanwhile, even as Biden appears poised to become president in January, the U.S. Senate looks likely to remain in the hands of the Republicans.

So, what does it all mean for American government next year?

Washington Post Senior Editor Marc Fisher; and Equal Citizens Executive Director and Chief Counsel Jason Harrow join Cincinnati Edition for the full hour to discuss.

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