Democrats finally control the US Senate. Four days after the midterm elections, outgoing Democratic Senator Catherine Cortez Masto narrowly won Nevada on Saturday, November 12, ahead of Republican Adam Laxalt.
This fiftieth place is enough to keep Joe Biden in control of the party’s upper house, because under the US Constitution Vice President Kamala Harris has the power to decide between senators. From Cambodia, where he was on an official trip, the US President said he felt “fortified” Even though the results of these midterm elections seem like the Republicans could still hold a majority in the House of Representatives.
The Nevada poll took on added significance after the win Democratic Senator Mark Kelly was re-elected in Arizona on Friday evening. He gave 49 seats to his party. Republicans currently have 49 candidates — the seat in Alaska has not yet been officially awarded, but one of the Republican candidates is uncontested — but only one seat remains to be filled, with a Dec. 6 runoff in Georgia to decide. Raphael Warnock (Democrat) and Herschel Walker (Republican).
Nevada gave Republicans one of their best chances to regain a seat. This tourist state has a population that is renewing itself very quickly, which made the outcome of the election uncertain.
Republican candidate Adam Laxalt campaigned against the now-elected Democrat by trying to show that he was complicit in Washington’s inflationary policy, with gasoline prices rising by five dollars per gallon (about €1.316 per liter).
The Republican Party’s hopes were buried by the “Red Tide.”
This Democratic victory puts the Republican hopes firmly under wraps “Red Tide”, A mantra uttered by former President Donald Trump refers to the color that accompanies his camp.
If they still have a chance of regaining a majority in the House of Representatives, Republicans can’t pass legislation contrary to Democratic goals, especially on abortion or climate or prohibition, because they don’t have a majority. Appointments of Judges, Ambassadors and Government Officers.
These disappointing results raise a stir among the Grand Old Party’s elected representatives in Congress, giving it an opportunity to settle potential scores. In an express letter PoliticsSeveral Trumpist senators are asking the Senate to postpone a vote on their leader, scheduled for next week, to challenge Mitch McConnell, the incumbent who is seeking reelection.
“We are all disappointed that a ‘red tide’ has not materialized, and there are many reasons for this”They write and want to open a discussion on the matter.
The end of the Republican primary for the Senate marks a setback for Donald Trump, who is expected to announce on Tuesday that he will seek his third bid for the presidency. Coincidence with the calendar, it will also be the day the memoirs of Donald Trump, his former Vice President Mike Pence’s potential rival, are published.
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