With the US presidential election fast approaching, the political landscape looks set to change dramatically.
The 2018 midterm elections are set to take place on the first Monday in January.
While the Democrats control the House, the Republicans hold the Senate.
With both the House and Senate controlled by the same party, there is little chance that the Republican party will retain control of the Senate for the next ten years.
However, there are still plenty of opportunities for the parties to change the direction of the country in the coming years.
With the elections set to occur on the second Monday in March, there will be a lot of political momentum to take into account.
While there are many factors at play, we can already begin to take stock of what could be happening in the next few months.
What are the major trends shaping the 2018 midterm?
The midterm elections for 2018 will be held on the 25th of January.
That’s the day when voters cast their ballots in the US House of Representatives and the Senate in the hopes of electing the president of the United States.
While most states will vote on Tuesday, it is important to keep in mind that some states are more prone to voting early.
In states like Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee, there may be some elections on Tuesday.
In those states, voting will take place at the same time as early voting and early voting days are scheduled to begin.
These states will also be the first states to vote in 2018 for the Democratic and Republican candidates in the race for president.
The first votes in the midterm elections will be cast in the first week of February.
On February 3, more than 150 million people will cast their ballot.
The next day, voters in Georgia will also have a vote on the House’s budget.
On the first Tuesday of February, voters will cast ballots in Pennsylvania.
On Tuesday, the House is expected to approve a measure to increase the minimum wage to $15 per hour, and the state Senate is expected do the same.
On Thursday, voters are expected to cast ballots for the first time in Ohio.
The vote is expected in North Carolina on Friday, and on Saturday, voters from New Hampshire will cast a ballot in Maine.
On Sunday, voters cast ballots across the nation, with voters in Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, and West Virginia all casting ballots.
On Monday, voters across the country are expected be voting in Virginia and Florida, with New York City voters voting in the state’s first-in-the-nation primary.
While this is a big step in the right direction, it will not necessarily be enough for the Democrats to regain control of both the Senate and the House.
As the elections continue, it becomes more likely that Republicans will gain control of Congress.
In the past, the party has always had an advantage in the House of Congress as long as the votes of its representatives are divided along party lines.
But this year, Republicans are expected take control of at least half of the seats in the upper chamber.
Additionally, in 2018, many of the states where Republicans will have control of power in Congress are going to be key battleground states in November.
In California, for example, voters could decide whether the party will take control again in November, or if the party can retain control.
While these swing states are key to any party’s plans for the 2018 midterms, they are also critical to the future of the Democratic party.
It will be critical for Democrats to get control of these key states and win back the House in 2020.
What factors could affect the midterm election?
There are a number of factors that could play a role in the 2018 elections.
The major factor that could affect this election will be the economy.
With President Donald Trump currently in office, many Americans are worried about the economic situation in the United, especially the state of the nation.
However in 2018 voters are likely to be watching the economy closely.
According to the latest Gallup polls, the economy has a negative outlook for 2020, as well as a positive outlook.
However with the economy still a very fragile state, the outlook for the economy is still very positive.
The economy has always been a focus of Republican politicians and they will want to win back voters by showing them that they are not taking the economic woes of the people too seriously.
It is a good time to start with.
The Republicans are hoping that their strong showing in the last two elections will translate into a better showing in 2018.
If they can capture the majority of the House seats in 2018 and the Democratic majority in the Senate, the country could see a return to a stronger economy.
While President Donald Trumps presidency is unlikely to continue, Republicans will likely continue to win the House while he is in office.
If Trump is not able to make