Woodhouse, Spicer Lose Their Hair

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The spokesmen for the Democratic National Committee and the Republican National Committee made good on an election bet on Sunday, shaving their heads in the name of charity.

Before the election, DNC spokesman Brad Woodhouse and RNC spokesman Sean Spicer bet their hair on the results. Though Democrats came out on top, the two agreed to have both their heads shaved on ABC's This Week and to raise money for childhood cancer.

ABC News reporter Jonathan Karl shaved their heads on air. "If only Washington could cut spending like you cut hair," Spicer said. "My kids are going to run," Woodhouse said.

The money will go to St. Baldrick's Foundation, and the pair were close to reaching their fundraising goals.

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