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Balancing Act: A women's march, indeed: Say hello to a Congress that looks a lot more like the country it represents

Congress suddenly looks a lot more like America.

Or at least it will come January.

As of Wednesday, Nov. 7, a record number of women are projected to win seats in the U.S. House of Representatives, with CNN forecasting 96 women will claim victory in their House races - 31 newly elected, 65 as incumbents.

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