by Jacob Bliss
House and Senate Democrats’ “wafer-thin” majorities are in trouble leading up to the 2022 midterms. According to a report, history, retirements, and redistricting will play a key factor for the Republicans in taking back the House.
The Los Angeles Times reports Democrats are “at high risk” of losing their partisan control of Congress in the midterms.
As the Times reports, the history of the president’s party “usually loses seats in Congress midterm.” The report noted the “big wipeouts”:
Under President Obama in 2010, Democrats lost control of the House in a tea-party fueled wave. In 1994, under President Clinton, Republicans took control of the House and Senate for the first time in 40 years.