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    The 2022 US mid

    The 2022 US mid-term elections: Legislation meets politics

    The 2022 US mid-term elections: Legislation meets politics

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    On 8 November 2022, the US will hold mid-term elections. All 435 seats of the House (of Representatives) and 35 of the 100 Senate seats are on the ballot. The mid-terms will not only shape the power distribution of the 118th US Congress (2023-2024) and the chances of legislation being passed in a highly polarised Congress but also provide insights into which direction the US may take in the 2024 presidential race. In mid-term elections, US voters typically set an end to a 'unified' government where the president's party is in control of both chambers, as was the situation during the 117th US Congress (2021-2022), by flipping the majority in at least one chamber. Historical precedent suggests a strong correlation between the incumbent president's approval rating and the loss of House seats faced by the president's party. Given President Biden's current low approval rating, this does not bode well for Democrats. Recent polls suggest that the Democrats are likely to lose their thin majority in the House, but may retain control of the Senate. Of late, a string of vital legislative wins and two Supreme Court rulings have created some new momentum for Democrats. The US primaries' results for Republican candidates endorsed by former President Donald Trump suggest that his influence on the Republican Party should not be underestimated. Trump's narrative about the 'stolen election of 2020' continues to resonate strongly with rank-and-file Republicans and the Republican voter base. Few Republican candidates have publicly distanced themselves from that narrative and many of those who have, as well as those who voted for Trump's impeachment, have lost in the primaries against a Trump-endorsed Republican challenger. A Republican-controlled House is likely to mean legislative gridlock in many policy areas, with President Biden resorting to more executive orders for regulatory action, to his power to veto legislation, and to an increased focus on foreign policy, in particular if Republicans also take control of the Senate. Indeed, the House Republican legislative platform for the 118th Congress is testimony to growing partisanship on a wide range of sensitive domestic issues and to comparatively more bipartisanship on foreign policy issues.

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    GRIEGER Gisela

    Policy area

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    Keyword

    bicameral system electoral system head of State national parliament

    parliamentary election

    United States voting method

    Geographical area

    Canada and United States

    स्रोत : www.europarl.europa.eu

    US midterm election 2022 results

    Get the latest news and election results in the 2022 election from BBC News

    U S Elections 2022 Senate and House results

    Democrats win Senate

    50 50 Midway Indicator

    35 of 100 seats up for election

    Democrats 51 Republicans 49

    Republicans win House

    218 to majority

    All 435 seats up for election

    Democrats 213 Republicans 222

    US midterm election 2022 results

    US midterms 2022

    The Republicans have taken control of the House of Representatives after they passed the threshold of 218 seats.

    Democrats have retained control of the Senate by gaining the state of Pennsylvania from the Republicans.

    See how the parties are doing in maps and charts.

    Results map

    Select a state for detailed results, and select the Senate, House or Governors tabs to view those races.

    For more detailed state results select a state from the dropdown above.

    Source: NEP/Edison via Reuters

    State results list

    States have been listed based on how they were expected to vote before election night.

    The "Competitive" states are those where either party could win, while "Lean" shows where it is more likely that one particular party will win. The "Solid" states are where it is much more likely that one party will win.

    A good sign a party is doing well is if they win states that are not expected to go their way. The column called % EXP shows how many of the total expected votes have been counted so far.

    Source: NEP/Edison via Reuters

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    स्रोत : www.bbc.com

    2022 November General

    2022 November General

    2022 November General Official Results

    Virginia Department of Elections > Election Results > 2022 November General

    CONGRESS REFERENDUMS RESULTS BY LOCALITY

    ABSENTEE BY PRECINCT

    Member House of Representatives (01)

    STATISTICS Results by Locality

    Candidate Votes Percent

    Herbert C. "Herb" Jones Jr.

    Democratic 147,229 42.96%

    Rob J. Wittman

    Republican 191,828 55.97%

    David Bruce Foster

    Independent 3,388 0.99%

    Write In Write-In 297 0.09%

    Last Modified on 11/21/2022 09:06 AM

    Member House of Representatives (02)

    Results by Locality

    Candidate Votes Percent

    Elaine G. Luria

    Democratic 143,219 48.22%

    Jen A. Kiggans

    Republican 153,328 51.63%

    Write In Write-In 449 0.15%

    Last Modified on 11/28/2022 02:30 PM

    Member House of Representatives (03)

    Results by Locality

    Candidate Votes Percent

    Robert C. "Bobby" Scott

    Democratic 139,659 67.19%

    Terry T. Namkung

    Republican 67,668 32.56%

    Write In Write-In 523 0.25%

    Last Modified on 11/15/2022 07:56 PM

    Member House of Representatives (04)

    Results by Locality

    Candidate Votes Percent

    A. Donald McEachin

    Democratic 159,044 64.92%

    Leon Benjamin Sr.

    Republican 85,503 34.90%

    Write In Write-In 431 0.18%

    Last Modified on 11/29/2022 03:57 PM

    Member House of Representatives (05)

    Results by Locality

    Candidate Votes Percent

    Joshua M. Throneburg

    Democratic 129,996 42.24%

    Robert G. "Bob" Good

    Republican 177,191 57.57%

    Write In Write-In 603 0.20%

    Last Modified on 11/29/2022 12:09 PM

    Member House of Representatives (06)

    Results by Locality

    Candidate Votes Percent

    Jennifer Lynn Lewis

    Democratic 95,410 35.44%

    Ben L. Cline

    Republican 173,352 64.39%

    Write In Write-In 472 0.18%

    Last Modified on 11/23/2022 11:23 AM

    Member House of Representatives (07)

    Results by Locality

    Candidate Votes Percent

    Abigail A. Spanberger

    Democratic 143,357 52.21%

    Yesli I. Vega

    Republican 130,586 47.56%

    Write In Write-In 647 0.24%

    Last Modified on 11/20/2022 04:05 PM

    Member House of Representatives (08)

    Results by Locality

    Candidate Votes Percent

    Donald S. Beyer, Jr.

    Democratic 197,760 73.53%

    Karina A. Lipsman

    Republican 66,589 24.76%

    Teddy Fikre

    Independent 4,078 1.52%

    Write In Write-In 509 0.19%

    Last Modified on 11/15/2022 04:58 PM

    Member House of Representatives (09)

    Results by Locality

    Candidate Votes Percent

    Taysha Lee DeVaughan

    Democratic 66,027 26.54%

    H. Morgan Griffith

    Republican 182,207 73.24%

    Write In Write-In 558 0.22%

    Last Modified on 11/21/2022 11:02 AM

    Member House of Representatives (10)

    Results by Locality

    Candidate Votes Percent

    Jennifer T. Wexton

    Democratic 157,405 53.15%

    Hung Cao

    Republican 138,163 46.65%

    Write In Write-In 577 0.19%

    Last Modified on 11/18/2022 02:34 PM

    Member House of Representatives (11)

    Results by Locality

    Candidate Votes Percent

    Gerald E. "Gerry" Connolly

    Democratic 193,190 66.69%

    James G. "Jim" Myles

    Republican 95,634 33.01%

    Write In Write-In 852 0.29%

    Last Modified on 11/14/2022 10:00 PM

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    #AB - Central Absentee Precinct Results from mailed absentee ballots processed through Election Day

    #EV - Central Absentee Precinct Results from in-person early voting

    #PE - Central Absentee Precinct Results from mailed absentee ballots received by the deadline and processed after Election Day

    स्रोत : results.elections.virginia.gov

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