Now that the midterms look to be mostly over (with a few races yet uncalled), what are everyone's thoughts? Seemed like the expected outcome for the most part in the Senate (give or take 1 seat) but a complete shellacking in the House. GOP losing a handful of seats that were mostly considered safe and the Dems may even pick up a couple more here once all the votes are in. We saw basically a complete abandonment of the GOP by the suburbs (and specifically suburban women which I've stated on here would be the key to the GOP losses) with rural areas doubling down on the GOP.
As for going forward now, I think the Dem House will target a newer Voting Rights Act but I don't expect much and think it'll mostly be lame duck. I don't see anyone but Pelosi being the majority speaker.
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