For Obama’s first two years in office he had a Democrat majority House and a filibuster-proof Democrat majority Senate. Wouldn’t it be fitting for his last two years to have a Republican majority House and a filibuster-proof Republican majority Senate?
One thing that can confuse a lot of people is that while every two years an election determines the outcome for all of the seats in the U.S.House there is only an election for one third of the seats in the U.S.Senate. In 2014 there are also three special elections for seats that were held by Democrat Daniel Inoue, and Republicans Jim DeMint and Tom Coburn for a grand total of 36 seats. There are 34 Democrats and 30 Republicans in the U.S.Senate whose seats are not subject to an election in 2014.
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