Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives stated that although polls fell sharply because of threats to abortion options and weak support for Biden’s response to the coronavirus as well as the withdrawal of troops in Afghanistan, Democrats “have no intention” to lose the House of Representatives during the 2022 midterm elections.
In a Thursday appearance in Worcester, the California Democrat stated that “We will-in-the first week of the future-be confirmed through Roe v. Wade.” “This is the first time that we have received a majority of the House of Representatives and that a Democratic president signed the bill.”
But before any bill confirming women’s rights to abortion services reaches President Biden’s desk, it must first clear the equally divided Senate, where it needs to obtain 10 Republican votes.
Mistakes in responding to the coronavirus pandemic, more than 1,500 people are now dying every day, and the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan has reduced the president’s approval rate, which is now 43%.
Democrats face a problem because Republicans report record fundraising in the first half of next year and are eager to see signs of weakness within the ruling party.
The committee responsible for helping Republicans seize control of the House of Representatives in 2022 raised $45.4 million in the second quarter of 2021—a record quarterly income in a year without a national election.
Both sides are excited about the large amount of money because they prepare for the controversial midterm elections. While the Democrats only have a small majority of House of Representatives seats, Republicans have a history of winning: Parties holding the White House suffer massive losses in both the House of Representatives as well as the Senate.
Former President Donald Trump also supported the Republican party’s fundraising campaign. His name remained the most prominent in fundraising requests for small-dollar donations. He continued to spread lies about 2020, but he lost to Democrats. Joe Biden.
In the next document, the National Republican Congressional Committee will report that it raised US$79.2 million in the first half of this year, surpassing the US$44.5 million raised in 2019, and is the largest fund raised during that period in the committee’s history. The cash balance of the committee is now $55 million, while that of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is more than $44 millions.
As more cases, hospitalizations, and deaths raged across the nation, Biden took active measures against the COVID-19 epidemic, announcing a number of comprehensive vaccine regulations and additional measures on Thursday.
Pioneer News Agency contributed to the report.