US Midterms: Democrats Retake Control Of House Of Representatives, Republicans Retain Senate
US President Donald Trump has suffered a major setback. In the crucial midterm elections in the US, the Democratic Party took over the majority. The Trump Republican party has floundered. Interim election results were released on Wednesday (November 7). In the House of Representatives, the opposition Democratic Party won the majority of the seats. In the Senate, the Republican Party finally retained its dominance.
Representatives House and Senate are the US Congress. Of the 435 seats in the House of Representatives, the total number of the 100 seats in the Senate was 35. Elections have also been held for governors in 36 states and other ranks. Results of 412 out of 435 are still available in the House of Representatives. Of these, Democrats won 219 seats, and Republicans won 193 seats.
Democrats have won 26 of the previously won the Democrats. In total, Democrats received a morality in the House. In the Senate, the Republicans were able to retain the lead. In the latest Senate elections, the elections were held in 35 seats. The results were followed by Republicans 51 and Democrats 45 in the Senate. Democrats lost two seats. There are also four places to get results.
In the United States, 36 states have been elected to governor posts, but still have 33 outcomes. Democrats won in 22 states and Republicans won 25 seats. Democrat governors have grown seven times out of the past. Republicans lost seven seats. For the first time, two Muslim women are elected to the US Congress.