Nov. 8 has come and gone, but control of Congress is still up in the air. While the predicted “red wave” failed to materialize, Republicans may yet take control of both chambers from the Democrats.
Policy Directors Will Dunham, Nadeam Elshami, Brian McGuire and Carmencita Whonder, representing experience from the four corners of Congressional leadership, come together again to discuss the possibility of the GOP taking the majority in the House for the first time since 2018, Democrats being favored to win the 50 seats they need in the Senate and what this means for both parties moving forward in the 118th Congress and beyond. Brownstein Strategic Advisor and former Alaska Sen. Mark Begich moderates the conversation.
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