What will be the balance of power in Congress after the 2018 midterms?

What will be the balance of power in Congress after the 2018 midterms?

Market Type: Linked

End Date: 04/04/2019 11:59 PM (ET)

Status: Open

At the beginning of the 116th Congress, the balance of power in the U.S. Congress shall reflect the characterization in the question, per the definitions listed below.

"Republican Senate" means 50 or more sitting U.S. Senators were elected with a ballot-listed or otherwise identifiable affiliation with, or have publicly stated an intention to caucus with the Republican Party. "Democratic Senate" means fewer than 50 sitting U.S. Senators were elected with a ballot-listed or otherwise identifiable affiliation with, or have publicly stated an intention to caucus with the Republican Party.

"Republican House" means 218 or more sitting U.S. Representatives were elected with a ballot-listed or otherwise identifiable affiliation with, or have publicly stated an intention to caucus with the Republican Party. "Democratic House" fewer than 218 sitting U.S. Representatives were elected with a ballot-listed or otherwise identifiable affiliation with, or have publicly stated an intention to caucus with the Republican Party.

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