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Monday, March 20, 2023

United States awaits midterm election vote counting

Typical sites and the media already envision a Republican majority in the House of Representatives as predicted, but in the Senate the issue is closer between conservatives and Democrats.

Looking at the bigger picture, according to FiveThirtyEight, a blog specializing in political analysis, it is clear that the red symbol ranks will not have the 2022 midterm elections they wanted.

For the Senate, Democrats lead in Pennsylvania (where Lt. Gov. John Fetterman faces candidate Mehmet Oz) and Georgia (Rafael Warnock versus former President Donald Trump-backed candidate Herschelle Walker) set to go for a runoff.

Meanwhile, in the House of Representatives, the Blues won some surprising victories in Ohio and North Carolina, Site added.

“Of course, there’s still a lot we don’t know in places like Nevada and Arizona, (…)

According to FiveThirtyEight’s forecasts, the Democrats currently have 48 seats in the Senate and the Conservatives 47, so there will be five left in contention to reach a majority.

Meanwhile, the House of Representatives comes with a Republican face when it estimates 207 seats for those lines and 188 for Democrats, out of a total of 435 in that legislative body.

Channel CNN’s estimates match those of the blog in the Senate, but include 170 delegates from the blues and 193 conservatives.

For the series, election day happened without any major surprises and confirms the trend that the party in power (in this case Democrat Joe Biden) is losing ground against the opposition.

He added that the Republican Party has so far achieved many of the predicted victories, which were expected and are important in shaping the landscape for the 2024 elections.

Media reports the victory of Florida Republican leader Governor Ron DeSantis for a second term as well as his Texas counterpart Greg Abbott, although the ballots are inconclusive.

More than 45 million voters cast an early vote in America’s midterm election that would redefine control of Congress, 36 governing and other offices.

Specific sources warned that it could take weeks for the lower house to know all the winners, and that states such as Arizona, Nevada and Pennsylvania, considered key to Senate supremacy, could take several days to count all their votes.


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