Trump autonomous power freedom has taken away: US Mid Term Elections 2018

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US Mid Term elections 2018 has turned evenly for both Democrats and Republican. Upper House Senate is in charge of policy formulation hence retained by Republican’s, however, Lower house representation claimed by Democrats.

Interestingly in Upper House, Republicans claimed 4 slots from 49 to 52 which are as follows

  • All 435 seats in the House of Representatives are up for grabs
  • The Democrats are set to take the House and have won 28 of the 50 battleground districts.
  • Republicans have taken just seven of the battleground seats
  • However, they retain control of the Senate after 35 seats were contested
  • 36 state governorships are also being contested

Three Democratic incumbents – Joe Donnelly in Indiana, Claire McCaskill in Missouri and Heidi Heitkamp in North Dakota – suffered defeat to Republican challengers.A fourth Democrat – Bill Nelson in Florida – looks likely to be unseated, too.

However in lower Chamber Democrats managed to prevail there soft anti Trump verdict and will now in better way would pursue Trump’s charges. They will easily conceive 23 seats to get the reins in hand of the House. So the chances of keeping an eye on charges on Trump tax and business affairs enhances. Secondly they will halt the resolution of Mexican wall as well.

New Record of women ran in Elections observed

Midterms Election has some fresh trends emerged in a state of two new Muslim women joined House. Two women’s and a man joined Senate in the same capacity. They both are from republican side and faces hard contest with Democrats.

  • Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib, both Democrats, won their races easily Tuesday
  • Omar, a Somali-American, captured the seat from a blue district in Minnesota
  • Tlaib, a Palestinian American, will represent parts of Detroit
  • She will take over the seat vacated by former Rep. John Conyers 

First women minority inclusion in House is incredible

The House is getting its first two Muslim women and Massachusetts is getting its first black congresswoman while Arizona and Tennessee stand to elect their first woman senators in Tuesday’s midterm elections.

Democrats Ilhan Omar of Minnesota and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan won their respective races and will represent their districts in the House of Representatives.

Both women ran in strongly Democratic regions.

Tlaib, a Palestinian American, will take over the seat vacated by former Rep. John Conyers.

Omar will not only be among the first Muslim women elected to Congress. She is also the first Somali American to win election to national office, according to CNN.

Both Omar and Tlaib were endorsed by Democratic Socialists of America, the liberal wing of the Democratic Party that counts among its high-profile members another rising female star – Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Upper House Total Seats 100

Republicans got 50

Democrats got. 43

Lower House Total Seats 435

Republicans got 181

Democrats got. 209

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