New Faces Coming To Capitol Hill Every two years we get a fresh batch of ambitious people in Washington, and this time around the climate in the Senate seems ready to change.
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New Faces Coming To Capitol Hill

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New Faces Coming To Capitol Hill

New Faces Coming To Capitol Hill

New Faces Coming To Capitol Hill

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Every two years we get a fresh batch of ambitious people in Washington, and this time around the climate in the Senate seems ready to change.

Host Liane Hansen speaks with NPR's Supervising Senior Washington Editor Ron Elving about the new members of Congress who will be sworn in on Tuesday.

Correction Jan. 6, 2009

We incorrectly said that Congressman Aaron Shock was from Colorado. He actually represents Illinois' 18th District.