'They want some change:' Residents vote blue in midterm election

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HICKSVILLE -

The Democrats have taken control of the state Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives after Tuesday's election.

Polling locations across Long Island were crowded with voters heading to the polls in much higher numbers than what is normally seen for midterm elections.

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People News 12 spoke with say they are not surprised by Tuesday's results.

"They want some change, I think," says Teddy from Hicksville. "They are not happy with what is going on right now, so they need some change."

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