American Voters Have Something To Say
Josh Treen, Features Editor
But we are not sure exactly what just yet.
Thirty five million Americans have voted early ahead of today's Mid-Term Elections, 15 million more than for the previous Mid-Terms 4 years ago.
Surely a direct result of the divisive nature of the Trump administration.
Supporters will point to an improvement in the economy and increased attention on border control and security. Haters will look forward to hindering the agenda of a Republican President already ankle deep in a quagmire of controversy.
The only thing clear at this stage is that Americans feel driven to the polling stations, the reasons why are still up for debate.
Early Polls show the Democrats may have made some gains in the House of Representatives, possibly enough to take the 23 seats needed to gain control of the house. The Senate however is expected to remain under Republican control.
Many are claiming this to be one of the most important elections in recent American history. If the Democrats can wrest control of the House of Representatives then they can sent about impeding or even reversing Mr Trumps Policies. If they pull off the double blow and manage to steal the senate as well then this could effectively spell the end of the President.
Should the republicans maintain their grip on both houses then they really will have a solid platform with which to further their and Mr Trump's agenda.
American Voters Have Something To Say, 6th November 2018, 13:51 PM