The Nov. 3 elections ushered in not only a Democratic president but also 110 new representatives and 11 new senators, continuing Democratic congressional control.

"It will be a lot easier to get things done around here, because you'll have an ideological marriage between the White House and Congress," Rep. David E. Bonior (D-Mich.), said. Bonior is the House majority whip.

The Senate, which at press time bad two run-off elections in Georgia and North Dakota still pending, holds 56 Democrats and 42 Republicans.

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