Six years after the 2008 election, which netted Democrats 60 Senate seats and a super majority (along with the ability to enact broad legislation), the 2014 midterm “Republican wave” changed the balance of power, resulting in the most dominantly Republican Congress since 1929. In the Senate, Republicans picked up at least seven seats giving them a 52-54-seat majority (races are still to be decided in Alaska and Louisiana). In the House, they gained 13 seats to give the party its largest majority since before World War II.

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