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Wednesday, 6 November, 2002, 07:37 GMT
In pictures: US mid-term results
The Republicans have won full control of the US Congress after a day of voting some saw as a referendum on George W Bush's presidency.

Kathleen Kennedy Townsend is comforted by Elijah Cummings (l) while Robert Ehrlich celebrates
The night's emotions - Democrat disappointment and Republican joy - were in the faces of Maryland's gubernatorial candidates

President George W Bush with House Speaker Dennis Hastert (l) and Senate Republican leader Trent Lott
The Republican Party now has control of the White House, the Senate and the House of Representatives

Jean Carnahan conceded defeat for the Missouri Senate seat
Jean Carnahan's admission of defeat in Missouri gave the Republicans control of the Senate

Florida Governor Jeb Bush celebrates with his father
It was a good night for the Bush family, with Jeb staying as Florida governor

A voter at a remote polling station in Iowa
Voting took place in each and every of the 50 states

A woman casts her vote in Alabama
Areas with close races reported a high turnout but the result was never in doubt for many seats


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