US mid-term elections are close to more than 10000 accounts to discourage public voting.

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 US mid-term elections are close to more than 10000 accounts to discourage public voting.


According to Reuters on November 3, in addition to dissuading people from voting, the accounts mistakenly showed that the information was released by Democrats, who had previously informed Twitter of these misleading tweets.

We took action on Twitter accounts and activities, Twitter spokesman Ian Plunkett said. The deletion took place in late September and early October.

The mid-term elections are elections held in the middle of the US presidency, every 4 years. Some seats in both houses of Congress, governors and local administrative and legislative bodies are facing re-election.

Congressional elections have always been the highlight of the mid-term elections in the United States. The house of Representatives has 435 seats, and its term of office is 2 years. The mid-term elections will be all reelected this year. There are 100 seats in the Senate. Senators serve for six years and re-elect one third every two years. Thirty-five seats are facing re-election this year.

Republicans and Democrats currently hold 235 seats and 193 seats respectively, with seven vacancies. One party in the two parties has to win at least 218 seats to gain control of the House. According to the analysis of Cooks Political Report, there are 145 seats for Republicans and 183 seats for Democrats, 26 seats for Republicans and 11 seats for Democrats, respectively. The remaining 70 seats are inseparable. This means that the final outcome remains unchanged. In addition, 36 of the 50 states in the United States will be elected governors this year. Analysts point out that mid-term elections are often regarded as a mid-term exam for the current presidency, and are more concerned about the political structure of the United States in the next stage. This years mid-term elections will focus on whether the Trump administration and Republican control of both houses of Congress will produce a pendulum effect that will enable Democrats to regain the House of Representatives. The source of this article: surging news editor: Li Hang _BJS4645

Republicans and Democrats currently hold 235 seats and 193 seats respectively, with seven vacancies. One party in the two parties has to win at least 218 seats to gain control of the House. According to the analysis of Cooks Political Report, there are 145 seats for Republicans and 183 seats for Democrats, 26 seats for Republicans and 11 seats for Democrats, respectively. The remaining 70 seats are inseparable. This means that the final outcome remains unchanged.

In addition, 36 of the 50 states in the United States will be elected governors this year.

Analysts point out that mid-term elections are often regarded as a mid-term exam for the current presidency, and are more concerned about the political structure of the United States in the next stage. This years mid-term elections will focus on whether the Trump administration and Republican control of both houses of Congress will produce a pendulum effect that will enable Democrats to regain the House of Representatives.