The suspense lasts in the midterm elections in the United States. For now, each side retains its traditional strongholds. Will the Democrats save their majority in Congress against the Republicans? Donald Trump is already crying victory, he spoke on the night of Tuesday, November 8.
He feels he has already won. Shortly after 10 p.m. local time in Florida, from his residence in Mar-a Lago where a party is being organized, Donald Trump surprises everyone by taking the floor first to congratulate himself on the results which are beginning to fall. On the night of Tuesday, November 8, the results fell in dribs and drabs. The race for Congress is extremely tight.
Maura Healey, first openly lesbian woman elected in the United States
In the Senate, a third of the seats will be renewed. Democrats and Republicans are neck and neck. Chuck Schumer, the leader of the Democratic majority, was re-elected, as was Marco Rubio, the young Republican senator re-elected in Florida. In Ohio, a key state in the Senate race, Republican candidate J.D. Vance won against his Democratic rival. In the House of Representatives, all the seats are up for grabs. The left-wing figure of the Democratic Party, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, was re-elected representative in New York. New governors will also be elected in 36 states. Among them, Ron DeSantis, the Republican candidate was re-elected in Florida. In Massachusetts, Democrat Maura Healey became the first openly lesbian woman elected in the United States.