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All 435 seats in the House of Representatives are at stake Tuesday, plus 35 of the 100 U.S. Senate seats and 36 of the 50 state governorships.

But as he touched down in IN on Monday, even Trump conceded that the House may slip from his party's grasp.

Axios and Survey Monkey have asked the same question six times since October 2016 and found a rise in democratic faith around the presidential election that was erased over the following 12 months with steady numbers since.

No one knows yet if it will be red, blue or purple, but a tidal wave of energized voters is expected to flood polling stations across the United States today as Americans deliver their early verdict on President Donald Trump. He added: "The Democrat agenda is a socialist nightmare".

"This first midterm, at this check-in moment, to have these different forces converge in different ways, to have the different loud landscape for the House and the Senate". Unusually steep totals for Republicans, Democrats and Independents have surged this year, all propelled by voting for or against President Trump and his policies.

Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, a conservative stalwart, faces off against telegenic Democratic Rep. Beto O'Rourke in a marquee Texas race.

Sabato's Crystal Ball, a nonpartisan political newsletter run by the University of Virginia Centre for Politics, predicted the Democrats would gain 34 seats in the House, 11 more than the 23 they need to form a majority. It will also signify a shift from past cycles when they were reluctant to defend the ACA from Republican assaults because of its perceived unpopularity. "Or whether we let the radical Democrats take control of Congress and take a giant wrecking ball to our economy, and to our future". However, Trump walked away with the victory against all odds.

Tuesday's vote followed Trump's tumultuous first two years in the White House, during which he cracked down on immigration, introduced massive tax cuts and employed increasingly polarising rhetoric.

This eight point difference between them could well hand Democrats the House. "They will be emboldened because if the Democrats take it by a narrow margin, there will be deep divisions within the Democratic Party".

The Democrats would need to win two more Senate seats to gain control of the Senate. As many as 81 per cent of evangelicals voted for Mr Trump in 2016. Others have pledged to pursue impeachment, although removal from office is unlikely so long as the GOP controls the Senate or even maintains a healthy minority.

Americans Prepare to Render Midterm Verdict on Trump
Democrat House leader Nancy Pelosi has expressed total confidence in recent days, telling interviewers: "We will win". Polls show Democrats are most concerned with health care and the economy, with Republicans focused on immigration .


In Cleveland, Trump bashed DeWine's Democratic opponent, Richard Cordray, whom he declared "a bad person" who "has hurt a lot of people".

"Our base case of the Democrats taking over the House holds the potential to reduce downside risks from trade policy friction", according to a team of Deutsche Bank strategists led by Parag Thatte.

Gallup pollster Frank Newport said that puts pressure on Democrats to make sure their supporters get out and vote.

"The first thing [Republicans] will say the morning after the election is we are dedicated to the re-election of Donald Trump". Many controversies later, Republicans are hoping the support has not eroded.

Democrats boast record diversity on the ballot.

There are also governor positions to be won. But 23 is no sure thing: polls suggest their leads are narrow in numerous seats that could push them into the mid-20s or even the mid-30s.

As the issue gained traction in the midterms campaign, Republicans furiously sought to backpedal by releasing numerous ads that claim they do want protections for pre-existing conditions after all. "You're going to see the largest gender gap we've ever seen".

The political realignment, if there is one, could re-shape USA politics for a generation.

Any move to fire Sessions or his deputy, Rod Rosenstein, would light a fire of controversy in Washington over the president's efforts to control or interfere in Special Counsel Robert Mueller III's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election and its coordination with U.S. persons toward that end.


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