When it comes to the 2022 midterms, the House of Representatives seems to have little interest. The situation for the Democrat Party is so dire that it seems almost certain the GOP will not just retake the chamber, but also secure a large number of seats. The Senate is more contentious than the House.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R.I.), has decided to run for another term. He is expected to retain his seat. Maggie Hassan (D-NH) continues to enjoy low approval ratings. This suggests that the Granite State is a strong spot for the GOP to pick up the Republican nomination. Mark Kelly (D–AZ) is vulnerable. Ted Budd, a Republican from North Carolina, is likely to travel to Washington in a possible red-wave environment.
He has a clear lead over Senator Raphael Warnock (D-GA). He is now ahead of Senator Raphael Warnock (D–GA ). Trump’s endorsement for Dr. Oz at Pennsylvania may have caused some issues, but it’s a close race.
Nevada is next. While it’s not often mentioned, new data from Nevada could be a boon to Democrats.
Suffolk University/USA TODAY Network Nevada poll
Race for U.S. Senate
Catherine Cortez Masto (D) 40%
Adam Laxalt (R) 43%
None of these candidates 3%
Catherine Cortez Masto (D) 39%
Sam Brown (R) 40%
None of these candidates 5%
— David Paleologos (@davidpaleologos) April 12, 2022
Red-alert territory refers to a situation in which an incumbent is at 40% and is defeated by the likely nominee (Adam Laxalt), the odds-on favorite for the GOP primary. Nevada was supposed to be a state where the Democrats had already turned Blue. It could be a major influence on the next election cycle if it goes back to red. This is yet another state Democrats believe will be blue forever. However, I don’t think it’s the territory the left wanted to protect.
The Nevada mid-term elections for the Senate seat and governorship are fascinating. It will also open the doors to additional victories in 2022, 2024, and even the presidency.
For decades, Democrats have believed that Hispanics are their destiny. They have believed that Hispanics are their destiny for decades.
Back to the main point If Democrats lose the Senate seat in Nevada, it would mean that the election is over. Given the political realities of the situation in Nevada, I don’t believe this is possible.
I don’t know the answer, but I know I would prefer to be with the GOP.