November 7, 2018 •
Democrats Take House While Republicans Keep Senate
On November 6, voters gave Democrats the majority control of the U.S. House of Representatives while keeping Republicans firmly in control of the Senate.
With early elections results in, it appears clear Democrats have gained at least 26 seats, giving them more than the 218 seats required in the House for a majority.
In the Senate, Republicans gained two seats, ensuring their control of the Senate.
Republicans may possibly increase their majority in the Senate when the final votes are counted.
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