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Biden faces possible loss of majority in Congress

Biden faces possible loss of majority in Congress   Two weeks before the United States midterm legislative election, President Joe Biden faces the prospect of losing a congressional majority, amid a good position for Republicans that could allow them to take away a Democratic majority.    Next 8 November   During this mid-term election, Americans are invited to renew all 435 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives and a third of the Senate, as losing control of the House and Senate in November would be a major defeat for Biden, who was still ahead in the polls before the U.S. economic difficulties undermined that lead.

 


Biden faces possible loss of majority in Congress


Two weeks before the United States midterm legislative election, President Joe Biden faces the prospect of losing a congressional majority, amid a good position for Republicans that could allow them to take away a Democratic majority.


Next 8 November


During this mid-term election, Americans are invited to renew all 435 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives and a third of the Senate, as losing control of the House and Senate in November would be a major defeat for Biden, who was still ahead in the polls before the U.S. economic difficulties undermined that lead.


In addition, a wide range of elected governors and local officials are also at stake.


Midterms


which takes place two years after the presidential election, closer to a referendum on the occupant of the White House, in more than 160 years the President's party has rarely been able to escape this "punitive" vote.


The latest polls showed that the Republican opposition had great chances of taking over the House of Representatives, while the respondents were more confused about the Senate's fate.


The Republican opposition daily criticizes Biden and his party's record against the backdrop of inflation, which is the top concern for American voters according to polls.


For his part, Biden felt that "the polls said everything and we contradicted it."


He added:


The Republicans are in the lead, then the Democrats are in the lead, then the Republicans are in the lead, but I think it will end up with the Democrats in the lead.


He adopts the democratic leader.


In the face of growing resentment over inflation and the risk of a recession that reduces the chances of such electoral success, the discontent caused by a change in the Supreme Court's position on abortion to gather votes from the right and the left


"Americans have a choice," Biden reiterates, while urging Americans to give him a sufficient parliamentary majority to renew the right to abortion on all American soil, protect same-sex marriage and prohibit the use of assault weapons.



About 8 million people voted


In the midterms so far, according to The United States Elections Project, especially in the most contested states, while the contest for control of Congress is in several crucial states.


They are the same states whose votes were decisive during the 2020 presidential election, turning attention to Pennsylvania where former Republican President Donald Trump-backed TV surgeon


Dr. Mohamed Oz


  1. Democrat John Vitterman
  2. is competing for
  3. a complexity in the US Senate.


As in 2020


  1. Georgia is also at the centre of this election
  2. with Democrat Rafael Warnock
  3. the first black senator elected


in this state that has known severe racial discrimination in the past, trying to get re-elected against Herschel Walker, a former African American athlete supported by Trump.


Arizona, Ohio, Nevada


Wisconsin and North Carolina are also in intense contention, with Democratic candidates all contesting Donald Trump's aides.


These duels feed hundreds of millions of dollars.


Trump, who is the target of parliamentary and judicial investigations, has thrown himself into the campaign trail, doubling down on campaign rallies across the country.


These elections serve as a litmus test for the political future of the Republican billionaire who is speaking out about his 2024 presidential bid, while Biden, for his part, has also reiterated that he "intends" to run for the 2024 election, foreshadowing a possible reshaping of the 2020 duel.