Sen. Tim Johnson, who is expected to chair the Senate Banking Committee next year, said Wednesday that the GOP's victory in the House was not likely to hurt his agenda.

Instead, the South Dakota Democrat, a well-known moderate, said he had always intended to work in a bipartisan approach on issues including the future of the housing finance system and oversight of the Dodd-Frank law.

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