Republicans Are Bookies' Favorites For Landslide Midterm Election Win

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Republicans Are Bookies' Favorites For Landslide Midterm Election Win

Republicans, Are Bookies' Favorites For Landslide , Midterm Election Win.

'Newsweek' reports that voters in the United States are one week away from elections that will determine control of both the Senate and the House of Representatives.

'Newsweek' reports that voters in the United States are one week away from elections that will determine control of both the Senate and the House of Representatives.

At the moment, Democrats and Republicans are tied with 50 senators on both sides, while the left enjoys an advantage due to Vice President Kamala Harris.

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At the moment, Democrats and Republicans are tied with 50 senators on both sides, while the left enjoys an advantage due to Vice President Kamala Harris.

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Despite many observers expecting a tight battle, some bookies are offering odds that Republicans will secure a landslide Senate victory.

Despite many observers expecting a tight battle, some bookies are offering odds that Republicans will secure a landslide Senate victory.

Betfair, a U.K.-based bookmaker, is offering 8/15 odds that Republicans will emerge as the largest party in the Senate.

The U.K.-based bookmaker is also offering odds of 18/1 that the GOP will secure at least 55 Senate seats.

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The U.K.-based bookmaker is also offering odds of 18/1 that the GOP will secure at least 55 Senate seats.

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On the other hand, Betfair is offering 400/1 odds that Democrats will win 55 Senate seats or more.

Mark Shanahan, co-editor of 'The Trump Presidency: From Campaign Trail to World Stage,' says a GOP victory would lead to "two years of paralysis.".

The GOP will stymie the Biden agenda at every turn, stamping down hard on public spending and will push their own legislative plans, .., Mark Shanahan, co-editor of 'The Trump Presidency: From Campaign Trail to World Stage,' via 'Newsweek'.

... particularly around making some of the time-constrained tax cuts from the 2017 Trump Tax Cuts and Jobs Act permanent, Mark Shanahan, co-editor of 'The Trump Presidency: From Campaign Trail to World Stage,' via 'Newsweek'.

In turn, as long as the GOP doesn't have a Senate supermajority, the President will impose his veto to hold back the conservative agenda, Mark Shanahan, co-editor of 'The Trump Presidency: From Campaign Trail to World Stage,' via 'Newsweek'


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