More than a week after the election, a small number of House and Senate races are still undecided, but all signs are pointing to something like a red surge that few had predicted for Congress. That’s a shock because media pundits and Democrats had predicted a blue wave that never materialized. The Associated Press is reporting Democrats have been “blindsided.”
As of Wednesday, Republicans appear to have secured 50 seats in the next Senate as they’re now expected to win in Alaska and North Carolina. Plus, they have a strong chance of winning two more in Senate runoff elections in Georgia in January. Democrats are believed to have won 48 Senate seats.
And even though Democrats say they’ve won the 218 seats needed for a majority in the House of Representatives, their margin of control is much smaller than it was before this election, and it could be razor-thin.
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