Michelle Hackman

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Political reporter for The Wall Street Journal

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Depending on what happens on election day, some political prognosticators say there’s a chance Republicans could lose the House of Representatives thanks to down-ticket casualties of…

What’s next for the House and Senate?

Depending on what happens on election day, some political prognosticators say there’s a chance Republicans could lose the House of Representatives thanks to down-ticket casualties of…

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