When it comes to the upcoming midterms, the Democrats’ Senate majority will be a tightrope walk between the “good old days” and the “fancy new” — and, in the latter case, there’s a lot of time for them to figure it out.
The first thing to realize is that the Senate is not an entirely partisan body.
The Democrats hold all of the 50 Senate seats, and have an overwhelming majority of seats in the House of Representatives, and both chambers of Congress.
That means Democrats have an enormous majority in the upper chamber of the United States Senate, and a large one in the lower.
But it also means that Democrats have a huge, bipartisan majority in both chambers.
And as they’ve gotten bigger, the party has gotten less unified in the Senate.
And that’s been a problem for Democrats.
They’ve had a tough time making the case that they have the votes to pass major legislation, like a health care bill or any kind of major tax legislation.
It’s a problem that they’ve had for a long time, but that hasn’t stopped them from trying.
And now that the midterm election is looming, the pressure is on to come up with a unified strategy to defeat the Republicans and get things done.
As the Senate moves forward, Democrats are hoping that the Democratic advantage in the state legislatures will continue to widen.
And they have a plan for doing that.
The Democrats will try to increase their influence in the legislatures of two states that have been competitive in recent years, Ohio and North Carolina.
Both of those states are controlled by the Democratic Party.
In both of those cases, the Democratic governor and two of his state’s congressional leaders have been very critical of President Donald Trump.
North Carolina is the state where Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan, the first female to represent the state in the U.S. Senate, lost a close race against Republican Sen. Thom Tillis.
But in a stunning upset, Hagan was able to take the governorship from Republican Gov.
And the Republicans won control of the state legislature in the North Carolina House of Delegates.
In Ohio, the GOP is already looking to take back control of both the state House of Representative and the Ohio Senate, which both have Democratic majorities.
Republican Sen.-elect Rob Portman, a state attorney general, has already vowed to take his state legislature back from the Democratic-led Senate, according to a new report from The Associated Press.
He also has said he would work to eliminate or weaken the redistricting process that has made it easier for Democrats to get control of state legislative chambers.
And on the Democratic side, there are some signs that Democrats are willing to get a little more creative in getting the House and Senate back to their levels of control in the first place.
In 2018, for example, Democrats lost control of all of North Dakota’s state legislature.
The Democratic governor had said that Democrats were going to get their state back, but he did so in a way that had the effect of giving Republicans control of every single state legislative chamber in the nation.
Democrats have said that they would focus on getting Republicans to give up some power in the states.
But the way that the state Senate is set up, the House is only required to pass the budget, and it’s up to the Senate to act.
And in the end, the governor is still in charge.
So Democrats could get a lot more leverage in the legislature.
The problem for the Democrats is that there’s just so much of the legislative process that they don’t have control over.
For example, the Senate could still pass the Republican-backed tax plan and the President’s budget bill if the Democrats hold on to all of their Senate seats in 2018.
But even if the Senate passes those two pieces of legislation, there would still be more than a dozen Republican-led state legislatures that would have to act on their own.
And there are still a lot things that Republicans can do to try and push back against the Democrats.
For instance, Republicans have been trying to push through legislation that would strip funding from Planned Parenthood.
And it hasn’t been easy.
The Republican governor has made some really tough decisions about Planned Parenthood funding, and that’s putting a lot at risk for Planned Parenthood, which is a health center for women in need.
Republicans also have been pushing through a bill to strip funding for President Trump’s executive order to ban transgender people from using the bathrooms that match their gender identity.
And so, it’s not that the Democrats have had all of those bills blocked, but it’s just a question of how many Republicans are willing and able to actually fight against the GOP on those things.
The GOP has also been pushing back against a series of Democratic proposals to overhaul the state and local tax system.
In one case, they’re actually suing the Democratic state legislators in the case, claiming that they’re violating the state constitution by raising taxes without getting their state’s consent.