KALAMAZOO, MI (WKZO) -- Will Washington be a more productive place after the election? Will one of the most despised Congresses in U.S. history get its act together and actually keep their campaign promises to be less partisan?
One WMU Poli-Sci Professor doesn’t think so. In fact John Clark thinks the gridlock may get even worse because he expects the majorities to get narrower after today, making it tougher to shut down a filibuster in the senate. He thinks it will make it tougher for whoever gets elected President to get anything done.
WKZO will have comprehensive coverage of tonight’s election returns with the Trifecta Crew in the studio and the New Department on the street.
The Polls Close at 8.