U.S. midterm elections: Who is projected to win?
All the available 434 seats in U.S House of Representative are up for election. While in the Senate out of 100 seats, 35 is up for election.
Democrats, who control the White House, narrowly hold control of both chambers. Historically, parties that control the executive and legislative branches of government lose seats during midterm elections.
the House and possibly the Senate. Such an outcome — when one political party controls Congress, or at least one chamber, and the other party holds the White House — has led to protracted political gridlock in the past.
Preelection polling shows that the party who is likely to take hold of the House of Representative and Senate is Republicans. If that happens — when one political party controls the House and Senate, or at least one chamber, and the other party has the White House — Such an outcome has led to an extented gridlock in the past.
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