The midterm elections have given some clarity into next year’s political environment. A divided Congress, with Republicans narrowly controlling the House of Representatives and Democrats narrowly controlling the Senate, presents both challenges and opportunities for ASHA and our advocacy efforts going forward. However, before the 118th Congress convenes in January, the 117th Congress has important unfinished business to complete. Fiscal year 2023 spending and other “must pass” health care measures promise to make the month of December very busy on Capitol Hill. ASHA will be working to advance several critical priorities during this time, including—but not limited to—the Medicare Audiologist Access and Services Act (S. 1587/H.R. 1731), mitigation to reimbursement cuts under Medicare Part B, expanded telehealth access, special education and health care funding, and the Allied Health Workforce Diversity Act (H.R. 3320). Please stay tuned for updates on these priorities as developments warrant.