Democrats have controlled Congress and the White House since January 2021. However, conventional political wisdom is that the midterm elections will deliver victories for Republicans in the House, and quite possibly the Senate.
- What does split party control mean for governing?
- Is there a greater appetite for bipartisanship if Republicans take one or both chambers?
- Which key issues do conservative voters want front and center?
- What can voters expect from a Republican Congress?
Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, BPC
Senior Fellow, Beth and Ravenel Curry Chair in Public Policy; Director of Social, Cultural, and Constitutional Studies; Editor in Chief, National Affairs