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Camille Elhassani

Senior Producer

Camille Elhassani has covered Washington during three US presidents, and helped lead AJE’s coverage of Barack Obama's 2008 election. Before joining Al Jazeera in 2006, she was news director and advisor to Al Iraqiya TV in Baghdad.

Camille has travelled across the United States producing features on the American heartland. She studied Political Science and Music and has received a Peabody and a DuPont Award for her work.

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<P>As Republicans and Democrats reset the battlefield for the new Congress, it seems likely they will be facing two years of partisan wrangling and antagonism.</P>

Last Modified: 15 Nov 2010 19:49

<P>Lots of factors affect when we'll know the outcome – lines at the polls, counting time, how close the race is, weather delays ... after polls close in each state, it could be minutes, it could be hours. Or in the case of a recount, maybe even weeks.&nbsp;&nbsp;</P>

Last Modified: 2 Nov 2010 22:06

<P>With less than one week to go before voters line-up at precincts across the nation to cast their ballots for congress, candidates and their surrogates are blasting the airwaves and rallies.</P>

Last Modified: 26 Oct 2010 21:47