Republicans are losing control of both houses of Congress.
They’re also losing control over their own party.
In the first half of the year, the House of Representatives and Senate have gone through three elections, losing two seats each.
The Senate has lost four seats.
In fact, Democrats have gained five seats in the House since the mid-2010 midterms.
In that time, the Democrats have also taken control of the House and Senate for the first time since the 1930s.
They have gained seven seats.
Republicans have lost their majority in both chambers of Congress since the 1990s, losing control in both the House, Senate and governor’s mansion elections in 2008.
But they have not lost control of their own chamber, where they hold the majority in the Senate.
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are a Republican majority and the Senate is a Democratic majority.
The last time the House was under Republican control was in the early 1990s.
The next time it will be under Republican power is the 2020 midterm elections.
That’s when Democrats are likely to gain seats in both houses.
But that means the Senate will be in Democratic hands, which could mean Republicans will be able to pick up seats from the House.
But Republicans will also likely be able get more seats.
And that means Republicans will need to pick from among their most conservative members to win back the Senate in 2020.
What this means is that if you want to know how bad things are going for Republicans, you have to look at the Senate, where the party’s chances of winning control of it are about the same as they were the past few years.
This means that if a Republican candidate wins a Senate seat in 2020, it will have an extremely low probability of happening in 2020 because there is not a lot of GOP voters in the country who are likely not to vote for them.
This makes the Senate a very difficult place to predict what might happen in 2020 even with a Republican in the White House.
One Republican strategist told me, “The Senate is like a chicken-and-egg problem.
When a Democratic incumbent is elected in the midterms, you can see the party getting reelected.”
The Senate is also a very tough place to find someone who is not the most extreme conservative on a Republican ticket.
The fact that Republicans have been able to control both chambers means that the party will be unable to pass legislation.
The party has had a very poor record on repealing and replacing Obamacare.
In 2016, the Senate passed a Republican-sponsored bill repealing Obamacare, which was later vetoed by President Donald Trump.
The Republican Party has also failed to pass bills repealing the Affordable Care Act.
In 2020, the Republicans have a slim 52-48 majority in Congress, so there’s not much incentive for them to act on major bills.
If they do pass bills, they would have to do it quickly and then go through a legislative process that can take years.
But even if they did pass such bills, it’s hard to know exactly what they would do.
They could pass a bill that would allow insurers to charge older Americans higher premiums, and it could pass legislation that would let the president designate a state to take over parts of the country if it gets into financial trouble.
Or they could try to pass something that would make the ACA easier to keep in place.
If a Republican gets in, there’s a good chance he or she would be more moderate than his or her Democratic counterpart, but even a moderate Republican could be vulnerable to a challenge from a Democratic challenger.
But there are two things that would prevent Republicans from being able to pass major legislation in the next two years.
One is that the GOP’s legislative agenda in Congress is far more complicated than the party has been in the past.
That means that it will take time for a lot to be passed.
And there’s no indication that the Republicans are prepared to put together a comprehensive bill that is popular with their base, which is why it’s so important that the Senate doesn’t take the Senate into 2020.
The second problem with the Senate’s legislative work is that Democrats control the House as well as the Senate now.
They also control the governorships of both chambers.
The Democratic governor of Virginia, Terry McAuliffe, was elected last year, but his Democratic Party won the governorship by a margin of nearly two-to-one.
This has led to some criticism that the Democratic governors have not been as aggressive as their Republican counterparts.
But the fact is that there are very few Democratic governors in the United States.
In most of the countries where governors have been elected, the Democratic Party has won the governorship, too.
But for the most part, governors have tended to be elected by state legislatures rather than by the federal level.
In Virginia, the state legislature is controlled by Democrats, which means that Democratic governors are more likely to have a more aggressive legislative agenda than their Republican colleagues.
That said, the fact that Democrats have more governorships also