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We’re nearly halfway through 2021, which means lawmakers are preparing for the midterm elections in 2022. There’s a lot at stake, but Democratic strategists are worried about their chances.
Most Americans are unhappy with Joe Biden’s handling of the presidency thus far, according to a strategy paper from a pro-Biden super PAC. And if Democrats don’t campaign aggressively enough, they risk losing key contests in 2022.
It’s a big deal because Democrats hold a slim majority in the House, and the Senate is split right down the middle. So any gains Republicans can make will go a long way toward the GOP regaining control of Congress.
And if that happens, it’s pretty much game over for the Biden administration.
Political speaking, many midterm elections tend to benefit the opposite party of the one in the White House. Why? Because Americans generally prefer a divided government.
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Officer Dustin Kincade of the Seguin Police Department recently paid a visit to a residence after receiving a call asking for officers to check on an elderly woman.
“I was just talking to her a little bit and she told me her refrigerator went out, she’s on a fixed income and she didn’t know how she would get it fixed or get a new one and afford to buy food,” said Officer Kincade.
That’s when the department decided to rise to the occasion and help one of their citizens.
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