How did doctors do in the Congressional elections?
Wall Street Journal (blog), November 7, 2008
After the election, there will be at least 14 MDs in the 111th Congress, a pickup of two seats from the current session, according to the American Medical Association. Ten of the doctors are Republicans and four are Democrats. But some remain skeptical that they will band together to overcome party differences and lead the nation toward healthcare reform.
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