How did the GOP win over a Republican Senate?
As of right now, the GOP has the Senate and House, and it’s in the driver’s seat in both chambers.
As we’ve noted before, this is a massive win for the GOP in that it means that Republicans are in charge of both chambers of Congress.
Now it’s up to Democrats to figure out what to do about it.
But for the moment, Democrats are focused on how to keep Republicans from doing anything to harm the Republican Party.
And there are some big questions they need to answer first.1.
How can Democrats win back the House?
The GOP has a 60-vote majority in the Senate, but Democrats have a 48-vote filibuster-proof supermajority.
That means that Democrats can block any GOP-sponsored legislation that would affect the Affordable Care Act.
For instance, if Republicans tried to take away money from Medicaid for the poor, Democrats would have the ability to filibuster that bill.2.
What are the next steps for the Senate?
Democrats can only move one Senate-passed bill each year, and the current one is likely to expire at the end of the month.
Democrats are also considering moving to replace the Affordable Health Care Act with a “health care system-level plan,” but that’s a much more difficult challenge.
The GOP’s health care bill, by contrast, is relatively simple and could be easily adopted by the Senate.3.
How will the House vote on the health care legislation?
If the House passes the Republican health care plan, the Senate would then have to decide whether to pass the bill on its own or approve it by a simple majority.
If the House votes to approve the bill, then the Senate has to approve a Senate-approved alternative that would then be sent to the president for his signature.
If it passes the Senate but does not get President Trump’s signature, then Republicans could choose to let the Senate do its job, but then Democrats could force a special election to fill the seat.
Democrats have said that the House would vote on a health care measure if it’s approved by the Republican-controlled Senate.4.
How much damage can the health bill do to the Republican brand?
If Republicans keep control of both houses of Congress and President Trump signs the bill into law, then things could get really interesting.
If Republicans do get a GOP Senate, then Democrats would be able to pass legislation that targets Medicaid and other government programs and that would effectively end Obamacare.
In that case, Democrats could take back the Senate as well.5.
How could Democrats hold the House in 2020?
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has a list of “must-pass” priorities for 2020, and these are not all that difficult to understand.
The top priority is ensuring that Democrats have enough seats to keep their majority in Congress.
So if Democrats keep the House, they can easily pass legislation on top of a GOP-approved bill.
But they would also need to secure enough seats in order to win a majority of seats in the House and Senate.6.
What will the GOP do if Democrats retake the House of Representatives?
The next step is to try to block a number of GOP-backed bills that could hurt the Affordable Home Affordable Care (AHCA) law, which was enacted in 2015.
The AHCA is supposed to provide insurance to the uninsured and allow for people to keep the Medicaid program that they currently have.
It also allows states to opt out of the Medicaid expansion.
That would give Democrats more leverage to oppose the AHCA.
But Republicans could still use their filibuster power to block the AH