Yes, the democratic party will once again hold the U.S. Senate after the 2014 elections, all the way up to 2016. Democrats have a genuine plan for America, they want to compromise to grease the wheels of American government and get everything to operate smoothly, and--most importantly--they want America to succeed in the world and to be prosperous and advantageous for all Americans. After the votes of the 2014 mid-term elections are counted, the Democrats will still hold a majority in the U.S. Senate--and this will be because American voters will view Democrats as the more optimistic, the more courageous, the more responsible & accountable party with respect to the incredible challenges the nation currently faces!
Currently, many in the Republican party have developed a habit of obstruction, of foot-dragging, of wishing the worst for our nation because of dislike for the U.S. President and because they do not approve of policies that will improve the lives of most law-abiding, hard-working Americans. Well, you cannot run a nation on hate!
Election results will show Democrats holding their majority in the U.S. Senate after the 2014 elections!
Democrats have been in power for eight years, and they have done almost nothing to help the American people. Their economic policies have made people too dependent on the government and have failed to create full-time jobs. Obamacare is a mess and the recent actions of the President and his cabinet have sparked a lot of controversy (Bergdahl Trade, Benghazi, IRS Situation, Rise of ISIS, Increased Illegal Immigration, Constant Vacationing).
USA Today reported the majority of Latino voters will not be voting, and it has been reported women voters are doing the same. The Democrats are losing their main voters, and do not have the support to hold the Senate.
When bush was president the republicans lost in the 2006 midterms. When bush 41 was president the republicans lost the midterms. Same happened under reagan and carter and ford all the way back to kennedy. The last time the party in power actually gained seats in the mid terms was clinton. Its a shame so many people are still putting faith in either of the two major parties.
Harry is just too mad all the time. Far too scowling. We need a new leader in the house who is more upbeat, positive, and conciliatory. Either party will do. Harry has earned the right to ride off in the sunset. Can't take any more of Harry's negativity. He is just too mad!!