The battle for political control is on.
Americans head to the polls on Tuesday for their first chance to pass judgment on Donald Trump’s presidency for the first time since he took the White House in 2016.
Will Republicans be able to keep control of both chambers of Congress?
Or will Democrats win one, or both, thus gaining more power to limit Trump’s policy agenda?
Washington-based Business Day columnist Simon Barber says it is all to play for in the mid-terms.
The character of this country is on trial now but I am not willing to predict who is going to come out with the most seats.— Simon Barber, Washington-based Business Day columnist
But one thing I will predict is that the Democratic Party will come away with the most votes.— Simon Barber, Washington-based Business Day columnist
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