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Polarized Electorate, Divided Government: What to Expect With the 118th Congress

Following the initial post-election analysis we released on November 9, several critical races in the US Senate and House of Representatives have been certified, which has also determined party control of each chamber. This updated analysis incorporates those results and continues to provide analysis on what the election likely means for a host of policy areas – … Continue Reading

Democrats Reverse Historical Trend to Retain Senate Control; Republicans Are in the Driver’s Seat for the House Majority

Senate Democrats will begin 2023 in a familiar place – the Senate majority. Late Saturday evening, the Associated Press called the Nevada Senate race for incumbent Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto. The announced victory comes on the heels of incumbent Democratic Senator Mark Kelly’s victory in Arizona on Friday.… Continue Reading

Polarized Electorate, Divided Government: What to Expect With the 118th Congress

This presentation provides an analysis of the US mid-term elections – not a recitation of who won and who lost, but what the shift in power dynamics means for major policy areas. Note: given the continued (and perhaps prolonged) uncertainty with the remaining open Senate races in particular, the presentation notes that uncertainty and will … Continue Reading
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