The GOP's Control of Congress Is Only Getting Stronger
Changing demographics may give Democrats an edge in presidential contests, but the floor is falling out from under the party in many congressional districts.
Members of the House of Representatives meet on Capitol Hill January 6, 2015 in Washington, DC. The 114th Congress convened with Republicans taking majority control of both the Senate and House of Representatives.
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