The results of Tuesday's election are increasing the balance of power on the Democratic side of the aisle in both the House and Senate.

A number of key committees will see changes as Republicans lose seats in the next Congress. On the House Financial Services Committee, the Democratic leadership is expected to remain in place, with Chairman Barney Frank, D-Mass., and the chairs of the various subcommittees having won reelection, according to an analysis by BNA's Daily Tax Report.

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