Lamb: Old-fashioned hard work pays off

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    Apparent winner of Pennsylvania's special congressional election, Conor Lamb, attributes the race's outcome to hard work and taking nothing for granted on the campaign trail. Lamb also says he wants new leadership for both parties in Washington.

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    Conor Lamb: The parties should be working together

    Apparent winner of Pennsylvania’s special congressional election, Conor Lamb, attributes the race’s outcome to hard work and taking nothing for granted on the campaign trail. Lamb also says he wants new leadership for both parties in Washington.

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