Sunday, January 22

Mid-Term Elections November 6th 2018

Regardless of whether you were #WithHer or down to #MakeAmericaGreatAgain, you have a chance to either correct some things or double-down in just two short years.

Remember November 6th 2018

This is the date when 33 out of 100 Senate Seats (2 seats per state) all 435 seats in the House of Representatives and 14 states Republican governorships will be up for re-election during this mid-term due to term limits.

Read the Obama Administration's Executive Orders List here

This will be a huge day. This is a day when America will decide if the Trump Administration is what they had hoped and dreamed or not. This will be the day when those who didn't vote for the Trump Administration will have the opportunity to change the direction of the nation or to accept they were wrong with the perception they had of the Trump Administration.

If people aren't happy with the government's direction at that time, this will be the day that it shows. If people are happy with the government's direction at that time, this will be the day that it shows. Votes for local and state representation is what steers the government. It's the built in calibration and fine tuning instrument for our government by the people.

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Cast Votes not Stones.

Americans will have plenty of choices to make in 2018. Again, as I said earlier all 435 voting seats in the House of Representatives and 33 of the 100 Senate seats will be up for grabs. In addition, there
will be a total of 36 governorships in the mix in the 2017 / 2018 timeline.

This only the second time since 1929 that Republicans will have control of the White House, both houses of Congress and, tying a 94-year-old record, 34 governorships.

As of now the Senate has a 51-47 Republican majority while the House balance is 238 to 191 in favor of the GOP.

Some serious food for thought: While just over 55 percent of Americans turned out for Tuesday's election, midterms tend to draw a much smaller crowd, with a near-record-low turnout in 2014, when only 36 percent of eligible voters bothered to show up at the polls.

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