Thursday, November 06, 2014
Seeing red: House Republican majority stretches far and wide across the U.S.
Republicans gained a majority in the Senate with Tuesday's vote. Even more impressive for the GOP is in the House, where Republicans have garnered their biggest majority in more than 60 years and could end up with their biggest majority in more than 80 years—if six still undecided races go to Republicans, Alexander Bolton reports for The Hill. Republicans have already won 243 seats—the most since the Truman administration—and could end up with 249, the most since 1930, Bolton writes. How big is the majority? Check out this map from the National Journal.