THEO: AMY LU is in Washington this morning and has what the President said yesterday. >> And the president said he wouldn’t change anything about his approach to getting the job done, but promised to work with Republicans where there was a high likelihood of a divided government. We will veto any attempt to pass a nationwide ban on abortion, but we are ready to compromise with the Republican Party. >>President Biden made his public comments for the first time after the election and vowed to work with Republicans in Congress. , and the Democrats who championed the predicted Republican red wave. >> The media and pundits are predicting a giant red wave, but it didn’t happen.> >> The official outcome has yet to be determined, but the Republicans are well on their way to reclaiming their homes. California Republican Kevin McCarthy is set to become the new Speaker of the House, despite modest Republican interests. >> Kevin McCarthy could face the smallest Republican majority in American history in the House. >> In the face of a highly partisan House of Representatives, analysts say the next challenge for Republicans is to find common ground that sets a new tone for Congress to move forward with new legislation. >> It may not become law, but it will allow Republicans to set the agenda. >> If Republicans are elected to the House, they will not only be the new Speaker of the House, but they will also have the power to elect new committees. Some have vowed to take up issues related to crime, the economy, and the president’s son, Hunter Biden. in Washington.i’m amy lou
As interim results continue to roll in, here’s how the balance of power in the House and Senate stands.
Almost 48 hours after the final ballot closed on election night, parliamentary control has yet to be decided. Meanwhile, neither party has reached the magic number of 218 in the 435-seat US House of Representatives. If the Red Wave envisioned by the Republican Party came true, control of the House would probably have been decided by now.しかし、オハイオ、ミシガン、ペンシルバニアなどの州で民主党が力強い結果を示したため、下院の過半数を獲得するための選挙戦は少数の選挙区に絞られた. Full election interactive maps PGlmcmFtZSBjbGFzcz0iYXAtZW1iZWQiIHRpdGxlPSJMaXZlIGVsZWN0aW9uIHJlc3VsdHMgdmlhIHRoZSBBc3NvY2lhdGVkIFByZXNzIiBzcmM9Imh0dHBzOi8vaW50ZXJhY3RpdmVzLmFwLm9yZy9lbGVjdGlvbi1yZXN1bHRzL2N1c3RvbWVycy9sYXlvdXRzL29yZ2FuaXphdGlvbi1sYXlvdXRzL3B1Ymxpc2hlZC82NjU5Ny83Mzc3Lmh0bWwiIHdpZHRoPSIxMDAlIiBmcmFtZWJvcmRlcj0iMCIgc2Nyb2xsaW5nPSJubyIgbWFyZ2luaGVpZ2h0PSIwIj48L2lmcmFtZT48c2NyaXB0IGRlZmVyIHNyYz0iaHR0cHM6Ly9pbnRlcmFjdGl2ZXMuYXAub3JnL2VsZWN0aW9uLXJlc3VsdHMvYXNzZXRzL21pY3Jvc2l0ZS9yZXNpemVDbGllbnQuanMiPjwvc2NyaXB0Pg==App users, tap here for results What’s left to be decidedControl of the HouseIn the House, Republicans were within a dozen seats of the 218 needed to take control, while Democrats kept seats in districts from Virginia to Pennsylvania to Kansas and many West Coast contests , it was still too early to decide. In a particularly iconic victory for the Republican Party, House Democratic campaign chief Sean Patrick Maloney (from New York) failed to run for his sixth term. Even if the Republicans end up winning the House, the president’s first midterm election will almost always result in a loss for the ruling party, though not as big as in other midterm cycles. Democrats won his 41 seats under then-President Donald Trump in 2018, Barack his President Obama won his 63 seats in 2010, and Republicans won his 63 seats under President Bill Clinton. won his 54 seats in the first midterm elections. President Joe Biden’s term is coming to an end, and whether he can accomplish more of his agenda or see it thwarted by the new Republican majority. A seizure would likely initiate a series of investigations, while a Republican takeover of the Senate would hamper the president’s ability to appoint judges. A victory in both could secure a Senate majority. But for the first time in two years, the Senate majority is likely to reach the runoff in Georgia next month, with Democratic Senators Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker failing to win enough votes to win outright. No. Pennsylvania was a bright spot for Democrats as they battled for control of the Senate. Lieutenant John Fetterman, who suffered a stroke five months earlier, usurped the Republican-controlled Senate seat, while the incumbent, who surpassed Trump-backed Republican Dr. Mehmet Oz, retained the Senate’s primary seat. Republican Senator Ron Johnson defeated Democratic Lieutenant Governor Mandela Burns in Wisconsin, and Democratic Senator Maggie Hassan defeated Don Bolduc in New Hampshire. Katherine Cortez Mast Republican Adam Laxalt Arizona Governor Kari Lake Democrat Katie Hobbes Kevin Kiley of the Democratic Party Kermit Jones of the Democratic Party Alaska 1st Congressional District Democratic incumbent Mary Peltra Republican Sarah Palin After the unfair election of the Republican Senate, Trump called for delaying the 2024 inauguration Record number of female governors to make history in 2023 Election Commentator: Why Arizona voted late? Fact check: Wisconsin pollsters ‘cheating’ in Philadelphia Democrat Maxwell Frost becomes first member of Gen Z to win House seat Voters approve recreational marijuana in Maryland, Missouri Slavery in some states, but not all Rejected Press contributed to this report.
Almost 48 hours after the final ballot closed on election night, parliamentary control is still undecided.
The battle for the Senate is over by three races, but Georgia’s Dec. 6 runoff could be a winning lap if Democrats win Nevada and Arizona.
Meanwhile, neither party has reached the magic number of 218 in the 435-seat US House of Representatives.
If the red wave envisioned by the Republican Party had materialized, control of the House would probably have been secured by now. But strong Democratic results in states such as Ohio, Michigan, and Pennsylvania narrowed campaigns for the House majority to racially minorities.
That said, the Republican Party is approaching its 218-seat limit after undergoing some significant shifts.
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In the House, Republicans are within 12 of the 218 seats needed to rule, while Democrats hold seats in districts from Virginia to Pennsylvania to Kansas, with many West Coast campaigns still deciding. It was too early for In a particularly iconic victory for the Republican Party, New York’s House of Representatives Democratic campaign director Sean Patrick Maloney lost his run for a sixth term.
Democrats have fared better than history suggests. not. Democrats won 41 seats under then-President Donald Trump in 2018, President Barack Obama won 63 seats for Republicans in 2010, and Republicans won 54 seats in President Bill Clinton’s first midterm election. obtained.
Congressional control depends on how President Joe Biden’s next two-year term will play out, and whether he can accomplish more of his agenda, or whether the new Republican majority will hold it back. Republicans are likely to launch a series of investigations if Mr. Ability to appoint may be hindered.
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Either party could secure a majority in the Senate if it won both Nevada and Arizona. But for the first time in two years, a Senate majority could reach a runoff vote in Georgia next month after Democrats Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker failed to win enough votes to win outright. Highly sexual
In the battle for control of the Senate, Pennsylvania was a bright spot for Democrats. Lieutenant John Fetterman, who had a stroke five months earlier, flipped the Republican-dominated Senate seat, surpassing Trump-backed Republican Dr. Mehmet Oz.
Video Above: Braddock Residents React to Fetterman Defeating Oz in Pennsylvania Senate Election
Both Republican and Democratic incumbents retained their primary Senate seats. Republican Senator Ron Johnson defeated Democratic Lieutenant Governor Mandela Burns in Wisconsin, and Democratic Senator Maggie Hassan defeated Don Bolduc in New Hampshire.
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- Incumbent Democratic Senator Mark Kelly
- Republican Blake Masters
- Incumbent Democratic Senator Catherine Cortez Mast
- Republican Adam Laxalt
Governor of Arizona
- Republican Kari Lake
- Democrat Katie Hobbs
Colorado 3rd Congressional District
- Incumbent Republican Congressman Lauren Boebert
- Democrat Adam Frisch
California 3rd Congressional District
- Republican Kevin Kiley
- Democrat Kermit Jones
Alaska First Congressional District
- Democratic incumbent Mary Peltra
- Republican Sarah Palin
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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