- by theguardian
- 24 Mar 2023
Democrats will retain control of the US Senate, and maybe even the House.
There was no red wave. But there was no blue wave, either.
Americans chose not to make any more waves.
This was not a change election. It was a stability election.
The past few years have been too hair-raising: four wild years of Donald Trump, two horrible years of pandemic, a deep recession followed by steep inflation, climate catastrophes, a violent attack on the US Capitol, a rogue US supreme court untethered from precedent and eager to take away reproductive rights assumed sacrosanct for almost 50 years, a war in Ukraine where the Russian president speaks of using nuclear weapons.
Americans want to keep politics pretty much as is because everything else is so unpredictable.
There will be no upending.
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