Democrats' confidence ahead of midterm elections buoyed by string of legislative wins

Democrats' confidence ahead of midterm elections buoyed by string of legislative wins


Democrats were hopeful that a flurry of legislative victories notched 100 days out from the midterm elections would stabilize President Joe Biden’s political standing and boost the party’s dire 2022 prospects.

Congress approved bipartisan legislation to counter China and increase the domestic manufacturing of microchips, while Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and centrist Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) reached a long-sought-after agreement on a social spending and climate bill that would raise corporate taxes. Senate Republicans, blindsided by the surprise reconciliation deal, responded by stalling the passage of a popular bill to provide aid to military veterans exposed to toxic burn pits.

Democrats have been down in the dumps about an impending Republican electoral wave driven by Biden’s tanking

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