The data that was given to the favored Republican nominee are from a data polls average from November 22, 2015, but we won’t know for sure until July 18, 2016, when The Republican Party nominates the 2016 presidential candidate at its conventi...
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...e bigger issues than who is going to be the next Commander and chief for the next four years, such as who is going to have the majority of the seats in the Senate. Currently the majority of the members belong to the Republican Party, with a 54 members being Republicans, and 44 Democrats, and two Independent but tend to vote with the Democrats. The 2016 election will determine if the Republican retain the majority or if the Democrats manage to take the Senate back. The Republicans currently run Congress, as I said the Senate, have the majority of the seats, and the House of Representatives also hold the majority with 234 members compared to 201 Democrats. But the democrats currently have Joe Biden as the Senate President, but besides that, The Presidents pro tempore and House Speaker is lead by Republican leaders, Orrine Hatch (Senate) and Paul Ryan (House Speaker).
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