Republicans swept the House and Senate's control at stake in the US midterm elections.

Republicans swept the House and Senate’s control at stake in the US midterm elections.

The warm-up stage for Republican candidate for governor of Pennsylvania, Doug Mastriano, in Harrisburg. Photo: Mike Segar/Reuters


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  • On Tuesday, midterm elections were held in the United States, in which all members of the House of Representatives of the legislature and the House of Representatives and one-third of the members of the Senate were voted for.
  • According to polls and forecasts, Republicans are very likely to win a majority in the House of Representatives, and control of the Senate may be decided in a few close races.
  • Starting next January, Democratic US President Joe Biden will almost certainly find himself facing Congress with a partial or full Republican majority, which could lead to a number of serious changes.
  • In Arizona, there were minor voting disruptions, but no serious irregularities were reported anywhere.
  • The Republican candidate also won the Florida Senate and Governor’s seat votes, which were considered choppy throughout the sessions.
  • Massachusetts gubernatorial winner made history: Democrat Maura Healey becomes first openly gay female governor
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