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US midterm elections begins; Trump and Biden scheming their ways to next year’s presidential election

The US midterm elections begin in a few hours, and Democrats risk losing the House and Senate. This could have significant ramifications for abortion law and the investigation into the Capitol Riots. Before he might run in 2024, observers are examining how politicians who have received support from Donald Trump fare.

The US midterm elections are tomorrow, and the results could change the balance of power in Washington and state capitals across the country.

Despite not being a candidate, US President Joe Biden’s popularity and success will be measured by the results of the elections.

Nearly 300 candidates who Mr. Trump has endorsed may be important partners in his campaign if they are successful.

His Democrats run the risk of losing both the Senate and the House of Representatives, which make up Congress.

The midterm elections will also lay the groundwork for the 2024 presidential race, in which former President Donald Trump might make a comeback.

Nearly 300 candidates who Mr. Trump has endorsed may be important partners in his campaign if they are successful.

Here are some reasons why the midterm elections are so crucial:

  • Republicans could advance a proposal to outlaw abortion beyond 15 weeks of pregnancy if they can retake control of Congress;
  • If the Republicans are successful in seizing control of Congress from the Democrats, they may prevent Democratic legislation from being passed and impede Vice President Biden’s efforts to pass new laws;
  • By supporting nearly 300 candidates, Mr. Trump has taken a risk on the political landscape. If they succeed, it may be seen as evidence that Mr. Trump’s political agenda is still relevant; however, if they fail, it may be interpreted as a vote against Mr. Trump’s political future, strengthening the chances of his Republican rivals.
  • If the Republicans win control of either the House of Representatives or the Senate, they may put an end to the investigation into the attack on the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, which was carried out by Mr. Trump’s supporters.

Although voting is scheduled to end on Tuesday, more than 41 million Americans have already cast ballots.

US President Joe Biden emphasized the importance of abortion rights.

In his final rally before the US midterm elections began, US President Joe Biden emphasized the importance of abortion rights.

The Obama vowed not to allow House Republicans to further restrict abortion at a speech in Maryland.

He declared: “I will veto it if Republicans take control of Congress and implement a nationwide ban on abortion.”

  • If enough Democrats gain seats in both chambers, he continued, “we’re going to codify Roe v. Wade.”
  • The Supreme Court made the decision to abolish the constitutional right to choose an abortion earlier this year.
  • Following this ruling, each state is now free to determine on its own how to treat abortion rights, and 13 states have already outlawed or severely restricted access to abortion.

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