Polling stations closed in a number of US states in the midterm elections, which will determine the fate of the majority in Congress and the margin of maneuver for President Joe Biden.
Americans voted Tuesday as Republicans struggle to win a majority in Congress, which would paralyze President Joe Biden’s agenda for the next two years and pave the way for Donald Trump’s return to the White House.
Some major states have had hot elections, and in those same states, the 2020 presidential election is on the line.
The vote will renew the entire House of Representatives (435 seats) and a third of the Senate seats, in addition to a plethora of local chapters, and five states will hold referendums on abortion rights.
The counting of votes has begun, as shown by the preliminary results:
William Timmons wins a seat in the House of Representatives in South Carolina’s 4th district.
Jeff Duncan wins a seat in the House of Representatives in South Carolina’s 3rd district.
Tim Scott wins a second term and says it will be his last term in the Senate.
Todd Young is re-elected to the Indiana State Senate.
Harold Rogers restored the House of Representatives to Kentucky’s 5th district.
Rand Paul was re-elected to the Senate from Kentucky.
Re-election of Representative Marjorie Taylor Green to the House of Representatives from Georgia’s 14th district.
Jim Banks wins a seat in the House of Representatives in Indiana’s 3rd district.
Morgan Griffiths wins a seat in the House of Representatives from Virginia’s 9th district.
Daniel Webster is re-elected to the US House of Representatives from Florida’s 11th district.
James Lankford is re-elected to the US Senate from Oklahoma.
Marco Rubio is re-elected to the Florida Senate.
Ben Klein wins a seat in the House of Representatives from Virginia’s 6th district.
Scott Franklin wins a seat in Florida’s 18th House of Representatives.
Corey Mills wins a seat in the House of Representatives from Florida’s 7th district
Peter Welch wins a seat in the Vermont Senate.
Robert Scott wins a seat in the House of Representatives in Virginia’s 3rd district.
The Republican Party won its first delegate election to the Guam House of Representatives since 1993, defeating James Moylan, a senator in the island’s legislature.
Democrat Judith Vaughn Butt won by a landslide of 1,648 votes out of 32,502, according to the unofficial results, according to Pacific Daily News.
Source: RT + US media
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