Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Here's the Biden White House's Top Post-Midterm Agenda Item That Could Get Republican Support
Matt Vespa / Townhall Tipsheet

At first glance, you must do a double take. The Democratic Party will most likely get shellacked in the 2022 midterms. The House will have a Republican majority heading into January, and the Senate could have a slim GOP majority. And Joe Biden wants to tackle an issue that, at first glance, doesn’t look like he has the votes. We’ll circle back to that, but here’s the current situation for Democrats regarding their Senate races; the House is a GOP lock. 

Democratic candidates in crucial races have been slipping in the polls as the economy, inflation, crime, and the overall extremism from the Left has reared their ugly head. 

In Nevada, incumbent Democratic Sen. Catherine Cortez-Masto, the first Latina elected to the upper chamber, is facing legions of discontented Hispanic voters who are opting to stay home than vote for her. The Badger State has incumbent Republican Sen. Ron Johnson gaining in the polls as the extremist past of his opponent, Democrat Mandela Barnes, has been unearthed. Wisconsin was also a state with notorious polling issues, so some surveys showing solid numbers for Barnes were met with skepticism, even from Democrats.

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