Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto is re-elected in Nevada. His victory gives the Democrats control of the Senate. This is what emerges from the expectations of the American media. Cortez Masto retains the Democrats seat, which therefore rises to 50 seats in the Senate, to which is added the crucial vote for Vice President Kamala Harris. Republicans remain fixed at 49 seats while one remains to be appointed, which is the seat in Georgia that will be decided on the December 6 ballot.
Celebrating President Joe Biden: “We have a majority in the Senate and now we’re focused on Georgia. I’m not surprised by the turnout, I’m very happy with it because I think it reflects the quality of our candidates.” Senator Chuck Schumer adds, “With victories in Arizona and Nevada, Democrats retain control of the Senate and I will once again be the Senate majority leader,” stressing that this election is “a victory and a second game for Democrats, an agenda for America and Americans.”
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