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been a distraction and a reminder of the chaos of the Trump years. Plus, Republican party dons are frustrated with GOP candidates in some key Senate races. But the bad news for Democrats persists too Chiefly, inflation continues to make American life much more expensive, and there’s little Biden or Democratic majorities in the House and Senate can do about it. Gas prices, a key barometer, have fallen but are still about $1.50 per gallon higher than they were when Biden took office. Plus, the Federal Reserve’s cure for inflation — higher interest rates — will likely lead to a higher unemployment rate, which won’t necessarily make regular people feel better about the economy, even if it causes economists to breathe a sigh of relief. The student loan debt cancellation has caused some frustration about a moral hazard since even some doctors and lawyers will see some of their debt forgiven. It’s also caused anger among those who already paid off their debts or went to work rather than to college. And a flood of migrants at the border could motivate Republican voters as criticism of the Biden administration mounts. History is stacked against Democrats I’ve mentioned this before, but it bears repeating that it’s extremely rare for the president’s party to gain ground in a midterm election. Here’s what I wrote in a What Matters edition from late August about how the abortion issue has energized Democrats: Since World War II, the president’s party has lost seats, often a lot of them, in every midterm election but two — in 1998 after Bill Clinton was impeached and in 2002 in the run-up to the war in Iraq. If 2022 is added to that list, the extraneous circumstance would have to be the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn guaranteed abortion rights in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision, which
Here’s what Democrats need to overcome to defy history in November Analysis by Zachary B. Wolf, Updated 2154 GMT (0554 HKT) September 7, 2022 ‘Where’s JD?’: GOP candidate laying low as he struggles in Senate race 03:33 A version of this story appears in ‘s What Matters newsletter. To get it in your inbox, sign up for free here. ()Summer is nearly over. Primaries are mostly done. The sprint to Election Day is here. With just two months before voters decide which party will control the House and Senate, there’s good news for Democrats on multiple fronts. Plus, there’s new reporting on Republicans in Washington worried about fundraising, infighting about strategy and concerned about the candidates who have won heavily contested primaries. But! For now, the bottom line for 2022 is still that the history and the math are very complicated for Democrats. Republicans could do almost everything wrong and still walk away with a House majority, and maybe a Senate majority to boot. Here’s the evidence. Democrats are optimistic The end of federally guaranteed abortion rights for American women could mobilize voters. Democrats can point to some key wins in Congress — like a bipartisan infrastructure law that shows they can work across party lines and a climate change package that is a down payment on getting the country off of oil. A targeted student loan forgiveness plan unveiled by President Joe Biden will help many of the Americans who feel crushed by college debt. Democrats still plan to push on Capitol Hill for votes to codify abortion rights and same-sex marriage rights into law, although neither may have the support to break a GOP filibuster in the Senate. The FBI search of Mar-a-Lago and ensuing legal battle between former President Donald Trump and the Department of Justice has
overturned Roe v. Wade. The math is hard for Democrats This year, Democrats don’t have to lose a lot to lose control of the House and Senate. Republicans need to pick up a net total of five seats in the 435-member House of Representatives. The website Inside Elections with Nathan L. Gonzales tracks House and Senate races and it currently thinks there are 169 solid Democratic seats in the House compared with 188 solid Republican seats. Of the “seats in play,” 54 are held by Democrats, 21 are held by Republicans and three seats are up for grabs as they aren’t currently controlled by either party because of redistricting. That means Democrats are essentially on defense in the House. A new ‘Commitment to America.’ Kinda like the ‘Contract with America?’ Republicans are belatedly working to give voters something to vote for rather than simply present an alternative to Democrats. In a riff on the “Contract with America” that helped the GOP take control of the House after the 1994 elections, House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy will unveil a “Commitment to America” in Pittsburgh on September 19, according to Axios. The platform will focus on reducing government spending, securing the border, protecting freedoms like speech and holding government accountable. That last
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