Wednesday, October 12, 2016

How Trump's campaign could cost the Republicans their majority in Congress

If Donald Trump's polling numbers don't improve, and soon, he won't win the White House.

But if the bottom continues to fall out of his campaign, he might drag the Republican-controlled Senate and House of Representatives down along with him.

Americans will not only be voting for their next president on Nov. 8. They will also be filling many other offices, ranging from county sheriff to state governor. The most important races after the presidency, however, will be in the two chambers of the U.S. Congress.

You can read the rest of this analysis here.

1 comment:

  1. I wonder how many Americans will go to the polls thinking, "how could I ever bring myself to vote for a party that would nominate a misogynist fascist like Donald Trump for President?" I think Congressional Republicans have a lot to worry about in November...


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