# Red wave
Democrats Seem Convinced They Won the 2022 Mid-Term Elections – But the Facts Don’t Bear that Out | Opinion
After suffering substantial losses across several major states, Democrats may have more to fear than their arrogance will let them believe. By now, most of us have heard that the Republican party didn’t win a 40-50 seat majority in the House of Representatives as some other non-White House-occupied parties have done in the past.
Students and professors recap election results, political momentum, key ballot issues in panel discussion
A mail-in ballot for the 2022 midterm elections is pictured on Oct. 30.(Bowie Bello / The Tufts Daily) Professor Jeffrey Berry and Associate Professor Kelly Greenhill of the political science department spoke at a panel entitled “What Happens Next? Understanding Election Results” in conjunction with Tufts Democrats and Tufts Republicans on Nov. 14. The panel focused on major winners and losers of election night, the likelihood of bipartisan compromise in Congress and the local, national and international implications of the election results.
The True Mark of a ‘Red Wave’ and What That Means Going Forward – Our Interview with Professor Dorian Lassiter
The measure of a ‘red wave’ is not how we compare this mid-term to others historically or how media outlets guessed at expectations. Instead, Experts show that elections, like coin flips, are completely independent events that only a fool would compare to one another or guess at.
Fox News Removes “Democracy” Sign Day After Disputed Election
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Opinion: Ignoring Gen Z has become the Achilles' heel of the Republican Party
The GOP is well on its way to becoming the party of senior citizens, and it's all thanks to a single demographic: Generation Z. The Republican Party has been ignoring Gen Z for years and is losing its support.Photo by Zyanya BMO on Unsplash.
Opinion: The Red Wave Smashed Against the Rocks of Reality.
Red Wave(via American Media Group) Midterms elections have always been difficult for the party currently in control of the White House. Historically, the Republicans this time around had every expectation of wins in both the House and Senate. Just look at the history:
Outside Trump Tower Day After Failed “Red Wave”
All quiet outside Trump Tower
Georgia’s Marjorie Taylor-Greene Wins Second Term in Office With 66% of Vote: “I Am 100% Dedicated To Fight for America”
Late on November 9, the results for Georgia's 14th Congressional District were confirmed, giving Republican Marjorie Taylor-Greene 65.9% of the vote and with it, a second term as House Representative for the state. She took to Twitter (via her official account to share her delight at winning).
Georgia’s Marjorie Taylor-Greene Thinks Trump Should Have Announced His 2024 Campaign: “He’s Put Everyone Else First”
Most Republicans are glad that he hasn't (yet) On November 8, as voting in midterm elections got underway in earnest across the United States, Georgia's Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor-Greene thought it an appropriate moment to offer praise to her hero - the former one-term president Donald Trump.
House Leader Confirms That Georgia’s Marjorie Taylor-Greene Could Serve on Oversight Committees if GOP Win Midterms
On November 7, on the eve of the so-called red wave that's predicted by many Republicans as America goes into its midterm elections, GOP House Leader Kevin McCarthy confirmed that Georgia Republican Marjorie Taylor-Greene will be eligible to return to serving on oversight committees if elected and if the GOP win.
Georgia’s Governor Brian Kemp Seems Likely To Win Another Term With Up to 55% of Votes According to Recent Poll
Elections are never over until the last vote has been counted, but if an October 27 poll is to be believed then Republican incumbent Brian Kemp could well have secured another terms as Georgia's Governor.