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      “Senate Republicans are going to be in a very strong position to steer the next two years,” said Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming, center, a member of the Republican leadership.
      CreditAnna Moneymaker for The New York Times

      News Analysis

      A Split Decision for Democrats

      Weary voters appeared willing to give former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. a chance, but they shied away from putting Democrats in full control of Washington.

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      CreditMaddie McGarvey for The New York Times

      A Vote That Flew in the Face of Fear Itself

      On an Election Day in the midst of a devastating pandemic and a clash of competing visions of America, anxiety was the great uniter, and motivator.

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