The anticipated Republican ‘pink wave’ of victories did not materialise within the US midterm elections.
It was probably the most hotly contested and costly midterm elections in latest United States historical past.
With management of each Homes of Congress within the steadiness, hundreds of thousands of People voted in Tuesday’s midterm elections.
Points from the economic system, to abortion rights, immigration and democracy itself, dominated the marketing campaign path.
Many had predicted a Republican “pink wave” of victory throughout the nation. However Democrats had different plans.
So, what is going to this imply for the agenda of US President Joe Biden – and US politics?
Presenter: Patty Culhane
Christine Chen – Government director of the Asian Pacific Islander American Vote
Adam Goodman – Republican strategist, Edward R Murrow Senior Fellow at Tufts College’s Fletcher Faculty
Ameshia Cross – Democratic strategist and political commentator