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Republicans will keep control of the Senate, a surprising development after analysts predicted for months that Democrats would retake the chamber. The GOP also will maintain its majority in the House after losing far fewer seats than expected in that chamber as well. The Senate electoral map
ABC News' Mary Bruce on why Paul Ryan's future may be on the line no matter who wins the White House.
ABC News' Mary Bruce walks through the voting process in Speaker Ryan's hometown.
Voters in the state of Wisconsin are heading to the polls on Election Day 2016. There are 10 electoral votes at stake in Wisconsin in the presidential race. Wisconsin is typically a reliable Democratic state, but Republican nominee Donald Trump’s popularity among working-class whites may put this
With several vulnerable Republican seats up for grabs in the U.S. Senate in the 2016 elections, the two major parties are locked in a tight battle for control of Congress’ upper chamber this November. ABC News ratings show control of the Senate will be a close contest in November: Republicans will
No matter what happens in the presidential race on Election Night, the results in Senate races around the country are going to be unpredictable and could have massive implications for the next four years. The announcement by FBI Director James Comey that he is still looking through emails related
It’s a year that has shaken the U.S. political system. It’s also not over yet, and it has unleashed forces that are not likely to settle down with the election. Next Tuesday’s election pits two of the best-known and least-liked candidates in history against each other. The demographics and voter
Bernie Sanders is thanking House Speaker Paul Ryan these days. Earlier this month, while speaking in his home state of Wisconsin, Ryan warned, "If we lose the Senate , do you know who becomes chairman of the Senate budget committee? A guy named Bernie Sanders." Sanders did not miss a beat. He
Without waiting for California’s crucial primary results to come in, Bernie Sanders said late Tuesday that he was nonetheless going to compete in the next primary in Washington, D.C., and beyond. The news highlighted a potentially tumultuous time ahead for Democratic voters as Hillary Clinton ,