Dhe midterm elections in the US continued to be a stalemate the day after. According to the AP news agency, the question of who will hold the majority in the two chambers of Congress in the future had not yet been finally decided on Wednesday evening (local time). According to this, 207 Republican and 184 Democratic election winners were proclaimed for the House of Representatives at this point in time – 218 seats are required for a majority. In the Senate, where around a third of the 100 seats were up for election, the race was even closer. There, according to the AP count, the Republicans led with 49 to 48 seats.
Midterm Elections: Outcome House of Representatives
You can see the current status of the election of representatives in the House of Representatives here:
Alabama 7 seats counted: 1 x Democrat, 6 x Republican
Alaska 1 Seat: 1 open
Arizona 9 seats: 2 x Democrats, 4 x Republicans, 3 open
Arkansas 4 seats counted: 4 x Republicans
Colorado 8 seats: 4 x Democrats, 2 x Republicans, 2 open
Connecticut 5 seats: 4 x Democrats, 1 open
Delaware 1 seat counted: 1 x Democrats
Florida 28 seats counted: 8 x Democrats, 20 x Republicans
Georgia 14 seats counted: 5 x Democrats, 9 x Republicans
Hawaiian 2 seats counted: 2 x Democrats
Idaho 2 seats counted: 2 x Republicans
Illinois 17 seats: 13 x Democrats, 3 x Republicans, 1 open
Indiana 9 seats counted: 2 x Democrats, 7 x Republicans
Iowa 4 seats: 3 x Republican, 1 open
California 52 seats: 30 x Democrats, 4 x Republicans, 18 open
Kansas 4 seats counted: 1 x Democrat, 3 x Republican
Kentucky 6 seats counted: 1 x Democrat, 5 x Republican
Louisiana 6 seats counted: 1 x Democrat, 5 x Republican
Maine 2 seats: 1 x Democrat, 1 open
Maryland 8 seats: 6 x Democrats, 1 x Republican, 1 open
Massachusetts 9 seats counted: 9 x Democrats
Michigan 13 seats: 7 x Democrats, 5 x Republicans, 1 open
Minnesota 8 Seats counted: 4 x Democrats, 4 x Republicans
Mississippi 4 seats counted: 1 x Democrat, 3 x Republican
Missouri 8 seats counted: 2 x Democrats, 6 x Republicans
Montana 2 seats: 1 x Republican, 1 open
Nebraska 3 Seats counted: 3 x Republicans
Nevada 4 seats: 1x Republican, 3 open
New Hampshire 2 seats counted: 2x Democrats
New Jersey 12 seats counted: 9 x Democrats, 3 x Republicans
New Mexico 3 seats: 2 x Democrats, 1 open
New York 26 seats: 14 x Democrats, 7 x Republicans, 5 open
North Carolina 14 seats counted: 7 x Democrats, 7 x Republicans
North Dakota 1 Sitz counted: 1 x Republican
Ohio 15 seats counted: 5 x Democrats, 10 x Republicans
Oklahoma 5 seats counted: 5 x Republicans
Oregon 6 seats: 3 x Democrats, 1 x Republican, 2 open
Pennsylvania 17 seats counted: 9 x Democrats, 8 x Republicans
Rhode Island 2 seats counted: 2 x Democrats
South Carolina 7 seats counted: 1 x Democrat, 6 x Republican
South Dakota 1 Sitz counted: 1 x Republican
Tennessee 9 seats counted: 1 x Democrat, 8 x Republican
Texas 38 seats counted: 13 x Democrats, 25 x Republicans
Utah 4 seats counted: 4 x Republicans
Vermont 1 seat counted: 1x Democrats
Virginia 11 seats counted: 6 x Democrats, 5 x Republicans
Washington 10 seats: 5 x Democrats, 2 x Republicans, 3 open
West Virginia 2 seats counted: 2 x Republicans
Wisconsin 8 seats counted: 2 x Democrats, 6 x Republicans
Wyoming 1 Sitz counted: 1 x Republican
Midterms 2022: Senate result
35 out of 100 senators were newly elected. In the current Senate, there was a 50-50 stalemate between Democrats and Republicans. Vice President Kamala Harris’ additional vote has so far given the Democrats a razor-thin majority.
The biggest surprise so far has been Democrat John Fetterman’s victory Pennsylvania, which cost the Republicans a vote and could thus consolidate the Democrats’ narrow lead in the Senate.
According to forecasts, the confirmed democrats their offices in Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, California, Maryland, New Hampshire, New York, Oregon, Vermont and Washington. They also got that seat for Pennsylvania.
Die republican transferred their Positions in Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma (2 Sitze), South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah and Wisconsin.
The results in Arizona, Georgia and Nevada are still open.
Im State of Georgia Both the Republican Herschel Walker and the incumbent Democrat Raphael Warnock are below 50 percent because of a voting share of around two percent for a Libertarian candidate. A runoff election could become necessary on December 6 due to a special regulation in the state. Democratic challenger Stacey Abrams conceded defeat to Republican incumbent Brian Kemp in Georgia’s gubernatorial duel.
The counts in Arizona and Nevada are also still very close together, many votes still have to be counted here. In Arizona, the count for the 2020 presidential election took several days.