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By The Associated PressThe Republicans are a minority party in the U.S. Senate and they have been for nearly four decades.
They have held a majority in the House since the mid-1970s and now hold the Senate and House majorities.
They control the White House, the chamber of states, and the governorships of nearly every state.
That makes them the dominant force in U.s. politics.
The only party to hold a majority of seats in the Senate since 1992 is the Democrats.
But Republicans are also on the ballot in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
The political power of the GOP is rooted in a combination of a strong base of voters and a number of states that are reliably Democratic.
The biggest winner from Trump’s election was Wisconsin, which went for Trump by 3 percentage points and more than doubled its GOP margin of victory.
Trump lost Wisconsin by less than 1 percentage point, while the Democrats increased their margin of gain in the state by nearly 10 points.
Trump won Wisconsin by a slim margin, but the party was able to capture a majority there for the first time in more than a decade.
In the House, Republicans won by nearly 11 points and the Democrats won by a margin of more than 10 points, according to the RealClearPolitics average of polls.
Democrats won the state’s 2nd congressional district, which stretches from the Wisconsin border to the northern border of the state, by more than 7 points.
The party also held on to control of the 4th district, in the northern Wisconsin city of Madison, by over 7 points, with the state accounting for more than 60 percent of the vote.
The 6th district of the same size, on the other hand, was held by the Democrats by nearly 3 points.
Democrats won the 1st congressional district in the same district.
The 2nd district, a district that stretches from Milwaukee to the eastern edge of the Wisconsin lake, had the lowest margin of any of the districts in the congressional map.
That was true of the 3rd, 4th, and 6th districts, which were largely concentrated in the western part of the city of Milwaukee.
Democrats lost the district by 7 points in 2018, with Trump’s win helping them take control of both.
“Wisconsin was a toss-up state in the 2018 midterm election, but that was largely due to the strong support the Democratic nominee, Joe Walsh, received there, particularly from blue-collar voters in the cities of Milwaukee and Green Bay,” said Doug Heye, a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
After the Democrats regained control of their House majority, Republicans moved quickly to reverse course and roll back their gains.
The GOP held the chamber in the hands of Democrats for more of the last decade, but they were able to flip control of each chamber in 2021.
The party has also been able to hold onto the governorship in states such as Iowa and Alaska.
While they had been a minority in the upper chamber of the United States Congress since the 1930s, the Republicans have a long history of controlling governorships in those states.
On the presidential front, the Democrats had a strong turnout in 2018 and gained seats in a number states, including Ohio, where they won by more or less 2 points, and Nevada, where their candidate, former Gov.
Brian Sandoval, won by about 2 points.
But the Democratic vote fell short in Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Pennsylvania, Florida, Ohio, and North Carolina.
Despite that, Trump won Wisconsin in the election, with more than 30,000 more votes than he had in the 2016 election, according for the Associated Press.
Even though Democrats have a majority, they still need to win about 5 percent of national popular votes to be in the White house.
And while Democrats did well in the midterms, they failed to win enough states to make it to the House.
That lack of strength and the low turnout in the general election could spell trouble for Republicans.
But Trump’s defeat is not solely tied to his campaign.
The Republican Party has been in crisis for more years than Democrats.
A majority of Americans voted for Trump, and that meant that the party needed to change.
Trump was a divisive figure, a reality check to many Democrats.
Democrats, who were seen as the party of hope, took a different tack, pushing for a populist agenda.
The Republicans also did not take a stand on social issues, instead focusing on economic issues.
With a presidential election coming up in 2020, Republicans will have to decide how much they want to stick with Trump, whether they want a new party, and what they will do about the future of the party.
More from the AP:The AP’s Scott W. Smith in Washington contributed to this report.