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2014 Midterm Election Analysis: Expect Little Change

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The Republican Party scored a decisive political victory on Tuesday in the 2014 U.S. midterm elections by taking control of the Senate, adding to their existing majority in the House of Representatives and winning a number of governorships in key states across the country.

But from a policy perspective, the Republican Party’s gains in the just-completed United States election are not as significant as they seem at first glance.

The reason is simple: The same types of stalemates that have typified legislating in Washington either will continue or possibly even intensify over the next two years.

MSLGROUP’s new eBook analyzing the results of the 2014 U.S. midterm elections concludes there will be few policy changes even though the Republicans will now have the majority in both the House and Senate.

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The Republican Party scored a decisive political victory on Tuesday in the 2014 U.S. midterm elections by taking control of the Senate, adding to their existing majority in the House of Representatives and winning a number of governorships in key states across the country. But from a policy perspective, the Republican Party’s gains in the just-completed United States election are not as significant as they seem at first glance. The reason is simple: The same types of stalemates that have typified legislating in Washington either will continue or possibly even intensify over the next two years. MSLGROUP’s new eBook analyzing the results of the 2014 U.S. midterm elections concludes there will be few policy changes even though the Republicans will now have the majority in both the House and Senate.

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