As final votes come in, the election appears to be a mixed bag for Democrats.

Joe Biden has been declared the winner in the presidential race, and Democrats will keep the House of Representatives, but likely with the narrowest margin in 18 years.

Which party controls the Senate is up in the air, with a pair of Senate run-offs not happening in Georgia until January. So what do these election results mean for — and about — Democrats in Congress?

We discuss with Massachusetts Congresswoman and House Democratic Caucus Vice Chair Katherine Clark, who just won re-election in the 5th District.


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