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News Roundup: Whoever Wins WH, Congress Likely to Be a 'Headache'

Happy Election Day, Alley readers. Here are this morning's headlines.

No matter who is elected president, Congress is likely to stay what it's been for Barack Obama, writes the Associated Press--"a headache."

House Speaker John Boehner says raising taxes is a non-starter, Politico reports.

House Democrats are lowering expectations for a takeover of the lower chamber, Roll Call reports.

The Hill lists 10 insiders "with a lot riding on the results." 



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