There has been a lot of angst about the way Washington, D.C., works, or rather, doesn’t work, during this election cycle. Both presidential candidates have promised changes, but no matter which candidate wins, the landscape of Congress could look vastly different Jan. 20 than it does today. While the overall approval rating of Congress, according to Gallup, is at its highest level in 2016, only 20 percent of the American public approve of the job Congress is doing. In November 2013, only 9 percent of Americans approved of Congress’ work. Still, when asked about local congressional representatives, voters respond positively.