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    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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    2022 United States House of Representatives elections

    2022 United States House of Representatives elections

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    2022 United States House of Representatives elections

    ← 2020 November 8, 2022  →

    All 435 seats in the United States House of Representatives[a]

    218 seats needed for a majority

    Leader Kevin McCarthy Nancy Pelosi

    Party Republican Democratic

    Leader's seat California 20th California 11th

    Last election 213 seats, 47.7% 222 seats, 50.8%

    Seats before 212 220

    Seats won 222 213 Seat change 9 9

    Popular vote 54,505,461 51,476,068

    Percentage 50.6% 47.8%

    Swing 2.9% 3.0%

    Results

    Democratic gain      Republican gain

    Democratic hold      Republican hold

    Speaker before election

    Nancy Pelosi Democratic

    Elected Speaker

    TBD

    The 2022 United States House of Representatives elections were held on November 8, 2022, as part of the 2022 United States elections during incumbent president Joe Biden's term. The elections were held to elect representatives from all 435 U.S. congressional districts across each of the 50 states, as well as five non-voting members of the U.S. House of Representatives from the District of Columbia and four of the five inhabited insular areas. The winners of this election will serve in the 118th United States Congress. Numerous other federal, state, and local elections, including the 2022 U.S. Senate elections, were also held on the same date. At the time of the election, the Democratic Party had held a majority in the House since January 3, 2019, as a result of the 2018 elections, when they won 235 seats; their majority was reduced to 222 seats in 2020.[1][2]

    Although most observers and pundits predicted large Republican gains,[3][4][5] Democrats lost fewer seats than expected and fewer than the average for the president's party in midterms. Democrats won several upsets in districts considered Republican-leaning or won by Donald Trump in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, such as Washington's 3rd congressional district. Republicans also won some upsets in New York, including New York's 4th congressional district.[6][7] Observers attributed Democrats' surprise overperformance to, among others,[8] the issue of abortion in the United States after ,[9] as well as the underperformance of multiple statewide and congressional Republican candidates who held extreme views,[10][11][12] including refusal to accept the party's 2020 electoral loss.[13][14] The elections marked the first time since the 19th century that Democrats won all districts along the Pacific Ocean.[15]

    Due to gerrymandering during the 2020 U.S. redistricting cycle, Republicans made gains in Florida, Texas, Tennessee, and Georgia, while Democrats made gains in Illinois and New Mexico. Defensive gerrymanders helped both parties hold competitive seats in various states,[16] while Republican gains in New York and Democratic gains in North Carolina and Ohio were made possible because their state supreme courts overturned gerrymanders passed by their state legislatures.[1][17] By November 16, major news organizations had called control of the House for Republicans.[18][19]

    Contents

    1 Results 1.1 Results summary 1.2 Per state 2 Retirements 2.1 Democrats 2.2 Republicans

    3 Resignations and death

    3.1 Democrats 3.2 Republicans

    4 Incumbents defeated

    4.1 In primary elections

    4.1.1 Democrats 4.1.2 Republicans

    4.2 In general elections

    4.2.1 Democrats 4.2.2 Republicans 5 Reapportionment 5.1 New seats

    5.2 Seats eliminated

    5.3 Seats with multiple incumbents running

    6 Open seats that changed parties

    6.1 Open seats won by Democrats

    6.2 Republican seats won by Democrats

    6.3 Open seats won by Republicans

    6.4 Democratic seats won by Republicans

    7 Open seats that parties held

    7.1 Democratic holds

    7.2 Republican holds

    8 Vulnerable seats 8.1 Democratic 8.2 Republican 9 Closest races 10 Election ratings

    11 Special elections

    12 Exit polls 13 Alabama 14 Alaska 15 Arizona 16 Arkansas 17 California 18 Colorado 19 Connecticut 20 Delaware 21 Florida 22 Georgia 23 Hawaii 24 Idaho 25 Illinois 26 Indiana 27 Iowa 28 Kansas 29 Kentucky 30 Louisiana 31 Maine 32 Maryland 33 Massachusetts 34 Michigan 35 Minnesota 36 Mississippi 37 Missouri 38 Montana 39 Nebraska 40 Nevada 41 New Hampshire 42 New Jersey 43 New Mexico 44 New York 45 North Carolina 46 North Dakota 47 Ohio 48 Oklahoma 49 Oregon 50 Pennsylvania 51 Rhode Island

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