Will Bipartisan Extremism Compromise Midterm Elections?

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In order to overcome the established drawback, the opinion piece advises Republicans to steer clear of issues that divide conservative and independent voters. GOP representatives are furthermore recommended to focus on the robust economy and avoid talks of special counsel Robert Mueller and the Russia investigation.

Meanwhile, Democrats are advised to steer clear of polarizing and controversial policies, such as Medicare for All and “socialized” employment. Ultimately, the opinion article states that the aforementioned policies will mainly appeal to hardcore left-wingers while alienating other Americans who may consider voting for Democrats in November.

The Fate of the Upcoming Midterm Elections

The fate of the midterm elections on November 6 is unknown. Both Republican and Democrat candidates are campaigning fiercely. Politicians on both sides of the aisle are hoping for their own parties to emerge as the victors in November.

Various hypotheses about the midterm elections remain ongoing: Americans have questioned whether or not calls to abolish Immigration and Customs Enforcement will hurt Democrats. Likewise, there are concerns about potential Russian meddling in the forthcoming midterms. Investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election are also still ongoing.

Jim Samuel

The more riots the more sensible people will turn to GOP