Republicans Take Control of House of Representatives

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The GOP has gained control of the House of Representatives after winning key races in the midterm elections.

Republicans held onto a number of swing districts and notched surprising victories in others, flipping seats in states like Arizona, New York, and Oregon.

Protracted vote counting, primarily in western states, delayed knowing which party would win control of the lower chamber beginning in January 2023, when representatives-elect will be sworn in.

Democrats have controlled the House since 2019, when they flipped dozens of seats in a blue wave during former President Donald Trump’s term in office. Democrats held a 222–212 majority in 2021. That hold is currently 220–212 due to several vacancies.

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