Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said that the possibility of Republicans losing control of the upper house is “50-50” and there are only five days until the November 3 general election.
“This is a 50-50 proposition. We have a lot of opportunities. Kentucky McConnell said during a Kentucky campaign on Wednesday that this is a huge Republican class. There are dog fights all over the country.
Republicans are fighting for a narrow 53-47 majority in the Senate because Democrats are targeting a few seats held by the Republican Party (GOP) they consider to be competitive. In order to regain the Senate, the Democrats need to increase three seats and win the White House.
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Although Republicans want to win the Alabama seat held by the current Democratic Senator Doug Jones (Doug Jones), who is considered one of the most vulnerable senators, Democrats are increasingly States hunt down Republican senators, including Maine, Colorado, Georgia, Iowa, Montana, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
The non-partisan Cook Political Report (Cook Political Report) rated the nine seats held by Republicans as being Democratic or tossing, while the Cook Political Report considered only one of the Democrats’ seats as Republican-leaning (and none was elected) .
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For months, McConnell has been warning the Senate of fierce competition. The Republicans will defend 23 seats in the general election on Tuesday, while the Democrats will have 12 seats. Since 2014, the Democrats have not held a majority in the Senate.
McConnell said on Wednesday: “If you watch the Democrats today, you should be scared.” “We are fighting for our way of life.”
McConnell is one of the senators running this year, but is expected to win the contest against Democratic challenger and former Navy fighter pilot Amy McGrath.
McConnell said: “I believe I will succeed.” “I have filed a lawsuit against the people of Kentucky. I think this is a convincing case.”
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The Democrats promised that if they win control of the White House and the two houses of Congress, they will make some major changes that have the potential to reshape the country, including eliminating harassment by members of the Senate, granting Puerto Rico and Washington DC the right to establish a state, and expanding Supreme Court.
DN.Y. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said in a recent interview with MSNBC: “As far as the entangled person is concerned, I didn’t give in to become the majority leader.” “We will do a lot. Everything is. On the table.”
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