Democrats and Republicans both could claim partial victory during Tuesday’s midterm elections.
“Democrats gained control of the House and Republicans expanded their majority in the Senate, but the final numbers remained uncertain early Wednesday morning as several races remained undecided in each chamber,” reports USA Today.
The newspaper continues, “Democrats notched key wins in suburban districts from Virginia to Colorado to Florida and were projected to win more than the 23 seats they need to gain control of the House. Several races remained too close to call.
“In the Senate, Republicans expanded their majority after Democratic incumbents lost seats in Indiana, North Dakota and Missouri and GOP senators won closely watched races in Texas and Tennessee. Still undecided were key races in Florida, Arizona and Montana.”
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