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US mid-term elections Thursday, 12 December, 2002, 11:35 GMT
Mary Landrieu Democrat retains Louisiana seat
The Democrats win the final US Senate seat to be decided, but the Republicans remain in overall control in Washington.
Bush: Bestriding the world?
The US president's hold on Congress leads some to fear that his foreign policy could become even more unilateralist, writes Paul Reynolds.
US elections lack clear theme
BBC Washington correspondent Nick Bryant looks at the befuddling mid-term election campaign, as voters go to the polls.
Q&A: Republican triumph
BBC News Online looks at the main issues surrounding the triumph of George W Bush and the Republicans in the mid-term election.
  
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Results Latest: 13:58 GMT
House:
206 seats 227 seats 2 seats
Senate:
49 seats 51 seats 1 seats
Seats: House/Senate
Democrats: 206 / 49
Republicans: 227 / 51
Independents: 2 / 1
  
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