Gridlock Leads Voters Out of Washington

Americans made clear on Election Day that they are hungry for bipartisan problem-solving and that they are focusing on those places where it can actually happen.
We can't just wait for the jam to clear.

Here's the big news from Tuesday’s election: Faced with gridlock in Washington, more and more voters are turning to states and municipalities to do the work that the nation's capital seems increasingly unable to do.

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