Although the elections in the United States aim to be of “reserved prognosis”, Republicans appear headed for major victories in Tuesday’s election and are calling on the electorate to “punish” Democrats because of the high rates of inflation and the increase in crime in certain parts of that nation.
Meanwhile, President Joe Biden and his two most recent Democratic predecessors have warned that Republican gains could “undermine the very future” of American democracy.
The truth is more than 39 million people have already voted in an election that will decide control of Congress and several governments.
Biden was campaigning in suburban New York on Sunday, while former presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton made their last appearances just on Saturday.
Representative Sean Patrick Maloney, director of Democratic campaigns in the House of Representatives, is in a tight race for his Upstate New York City seat. But he insisted on Sunday that Democrats “will do better on Sunday than people think.” He added that his party “is not perfect” but “we are responsible adults, who believe in democracy.”
“I think this race is going to be extremely close, and I think everyone who is concerned about the extremism of this MAGA movement — the racism, the anti-Semitism, the violence — needs to get out the vote, and I’m not just talking about Democrats, but also independents and reasonable Republicans,” Maloney said on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” referring to former President Donald Trump’s “Make America Great Again” slogan.
House of Representatives and Senate, the awards
For Democrats nationally, the focus is on the fate of his tight control of the House and Senate.
Voters could punish the party that controls the White House and Congress amid rising inflation, concerns about crime and pessimism about the country’s direction. History indicates that the party in power suffers significant losses in the midterm elections.
First lady Jill Biden attended mass on Sunday while campaigning for Democrats in Houston.
“There is so much at stake in this election,” he declared. “We must raise our voice on issues of justice and democracy.”
the vice president Kamala Harris, campaigning in Chicago, declared, “These attacks on our democracy will not only have a direct impact on people across the country, but possibly around the world.” He said that American democracy “will only be as strong as our will to fight for it, and that is why we are all here…because we are prepared to fight for it”.
The speech of Biden Midway through his term, he focuses on defending his administration’s major legislative achievements, while warning that abortion rights, voting rights, Social Security, and Medicare are in jeopardy if Republicans take control of the legislature. Congress.
Obama, who joined Biden in Philadelphia on Saturday, noted that generations of Americans have died for democracy and that it “cannot be taken for granted.”
Biden said for his part that “we have to reaffirm the values that have defined us for a long time.”
“This Tuesday’s elections will define the vision we want to fulfill for the future of the United States”
Joe Biden, US President
Donald Trump takes aim at the White House
Donald Trump held a rally on Sunday in Miami hoping strong Republican results on Election Day will build momentum for his 2024 candidacy, which he plans to launch this month.
“I’ll probably have to do it again, but stay tuned,” Trump said, promoting an event he has scheduled for Monday with Ohio senator candidate JD Vance. “We have a great, great rally. So be on the lookout for tomorrow (today) night in Ohio,” he teased.
Trump also told the crowd that “all free and caring Americans must understand that the time to defend against this growing tyranny of the left is now”and called on his supporters to that they reject the “radical left maniacs”adding that Hispanics will provide strong support for Republican candidates.
Trump has long falsely claimed that he lost the 2020 election because Democrats cheated, and has even started raising the possibility of voter fraud this year. Federal intelligence agencies are warning of the possibility of political violence by right-wing extremists.
Ron DeSantis, Republican dark horse?
Republican senator from Florida Rick Scott, head of the Republican campaigns for the Senate, assured that “we have wonderful candidates and people are turning out to vote.” “There is no energy on the Democratic side,” he added. “This election is about the agenda of Biden”.
Scott was present at the Trump rally in Florida, but who was not invited was the Republican Governor of Florida Ron DeSantis, who seeks re-election against Democrat Charlie Cristconsidered as Trump’s great rival if he decides to run for the White House.
DeSantis organized his own events Sunday in another part of the state, where he stuck to the core of his re-election campaign, including haranguing against COVID-19 vaccine requirements.
The governor’s planning avoided antagonizing Trump, meaning he didn’t time events heading into 2024 that could be in their near future at the same time.
Trump, however, did not return the courtesy.. On Saturday night, the former president said that he expected the Republican Party to have “a historic victory” in the midterm elections.. But he also referred to DeSantis as “Ron DeSanctimonious.” It’s a rivalry that has been simmering for more than a year, as DeSantis has taken increasingly bold steps to become known nationally and build a deep fundraising network.
For her part, the president of the Republican National Committee, Ronna McDaniel, said that Democrats were “inflation deniers”trying to repel the undemocratic qualifiers leveled against his party for rejecting the results of the free and fair 2020 presidential election.
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