President-elect Donald Trump has vowed to end what he has called a “rigged election” in his first term.
Here are some things to know about the 2018 midterm elections: – Trump and the Republican Party have taken control of both chambers of Congress and are set to take over the White House.
– Republicans have control of the White house and both chambers in both the House and Senate.
– Republicans control a majority in both houses of Congress, and the Senate is expected to confirm Trump’s Cabinet picks.
-The president-elect will be sworn in on January 20.
-Republicans control both houses in both chambers.
The US Supreme Court will hear the case of Trump’s original travel ban in the next few weeks.
-Trump will have a relatively low number of people in his cabinet, although the number of Democrats in the Cabinet is expected too.
Read more about the US election and the 2018 midterms here: US elections 2018 What is the midterm elections?
A midterm election is held every four years after a Democratic president is inaugurated.
The midterm elections have traditionally been a Democratic gathering.
How many people will be attending?
Each of the four parties will hold a midterm election, but only the US House and the US Senate will be hosting a midterm.
The US House of Representatives, which is controlled by Democrats, will be held on January 18, 2019.
What are the key dates?
The 2018 midterm election will take place on January 26, 2019, which will be the first day of a four-year cycle of US midterm elections.
What are candidates running in 2018?
Some of the candidates running for president include: Donald Trump, Joe Biden, John Kasich, Carly Fiorina, Mike Pence and Tom Price.
Who is running for office in 2018 Who are the candidates?
Donald J. Trump is the Republican presidential nominee.
Alyssa Mastromonaco, Diane Bosworth, Katie McGinty, Cecilia Muñoz, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards, Indiana Governor Mike Pence, Michigan Governor Matt Bevin, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf, Texas Senator Ted Cruz, Virginia Senator Tim Kaine, Wisconsin Senator Russ Feingold, Georgia Senator Jon Ossoff and former Virginia Governor Ralph Northam are also vying for the Republican nomination.
Why are there so many candidates?
In 2018, more than 4 million Americans are registered to vote.
Trump has the support of almost 90% of the registered voters in the US, and Republicans control both chambers and both houses.
Republicans hold a commanding edge in the electoral college.
They are the party of the Republican party in both state and federal elections.
Donald C. Johnson, a Republican, is the nominee for the Democratic presidential nomination.
He is the first person to be nominated by a major party in the history of American politics.
Kasich is the only Republican running for the Whitehouse.
Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is the top pick for the State Department post, and former Representative Tom Price is a leading candidate for the Pentagon post.
Democrats are leading in the races for Congress and the statehouses, but Republican candidates have a hard time in these races.
Biden, Trump, Price, Pence, Miles O’Brien, and Pence are the three candidates in the Senate who have not yet announced their candidacies.
There are also three candidates running to become the secretary of state for Maryland, which has a Democratic governor.
Some Republicans have expressed their interest in running in Virginia, where Democrats hold a narrow 2% share of the popular vote.