With 68 days before the November election in America, where do we stand? What will be the results?

Will Democrats succeed in overturning Republican rule in Congress, or will Republicans be vindicated by voters?

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  • Bryan
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    Democrats have an identity problem in that they seem to have given in to the extreme left wing of the party. This does not play well with Heartland voters. Or as Democrats like to refer to it, the flyover country. However, Republican spending is out of control, and their unwillingness to support the agenda they were voted in on is a problem. The election could go either way at this point. I think you will see good Democrat turnout. On the Republican side they are not going to vote for Democrats even in protest, but there is a real chance that they won't vote at all. It will really depend on what hotbed issues present themselves before the election, and how the candidates respond. Watch the immigration issue, it is heating up again and could potentially swing voter opinion dramatically.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I can't figure it out

    the dummicrats are claiming that polls show they are gonna take back both house & senate.

    But they claim the Republicans control the voting machines

    one of these has to be a lie.

    I wish they would just settle on one lie at a time.

    But what they are doing is telling the minions ,we are gonna win.

    Then when they lose ,they tell the minions that the Republicans cheated lmao

    The scarey thing is they are so ignorant they believe it.

  • 1 decade ago

    No one knows. I personally would like to see more conservatives, regardless of party affiliation, in Congress. The money spenders are out of control.

  • 1 decade ago

    Nothing much will change regardless unless we can get a lot more true conservative into congress.

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  • 1 decade ago

    ...it doesn't really matter who is in office, at this point. The collision course is set, and bi-partisan bickering wil bring everyone down...

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