The GOP Is Taking Back the House

Two rising stars show they know how to win power in Trump’s GOP Democrats are increasingly losing the House, but that’s not stopping people from believing that Republicans are a winning political team. Democrats…

The GOP Is Taking Back the House

Two rising stars show they know how to win power in Trump’s GOP

Democrats are increasingly losing the House, but that’s not stopping people from believing that Republicans are a winning political team.

Democrats hope to take back the House, and, hopefully, the Senate, next year, but there are signs that they might already be in jeopardy of losing their majority altogether.

The latest indicator comes from CNN’s latest vote ratings, which show a net loss of more than half a million votes since the last election. In other words, a net loss of more than half a million votes since the last election to people who preferred Democrats or those who preferred Republicans to the point where they could not give either a single second of consideration.

All Republicans had won by nearly 2 million votes, and all Democrats had lost by fewer than one million votes. As a result, the two parties are moving further apart on the issue of which party should be able to control Congress.

This isn’t the first time people have suggested that the House will be in the hands of the Democrats. In fact, it wasn’t until just after the 2010 election when they predicted that the Democrats would pick up a majority of seats in the House and were right. With the Democrats’ hold of two Congressional seats in the South falling away, it was a foregone conclusion that the Democrats would likely pick up the House.

As of this month, there are only 12 months left to go of the 113th Congress, and it’s not clear which way the pendulum will swing.

The GOP has had a much better year. The party has won more than 100 seats, and has now won over half a million more votes than its 2012 Democratic opponent. With a House majority, the GOP could not only cut a deal on the debt and tax caps with Democrats, but could push a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare even more quickly than it did last year.

The GOP could also push for tax reform or tax cuts at the same time that it moves to repeal Obamacare. When the debt ceiling deal was released, people immediately saw how the House GOP was going to implement

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