Tester: Need to break the gridlock, solve problems
Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., said in a telephone press conference Thursday that, whatever the results of the November elections, the crucial matter is that the results break the deadlock Washington has seen for the last four years, especially to get control of the federal deficit and the debt.
"If we get people back here who are willing to work together, work across the aisle, then I think we can get some good things done, and that's really what's important about this election, " he said.
Tester also said that he believes a lot will happen after the election, when the lame-duck Congress take...
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