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US midterm elections: An ‘unprecedented moment in American history’

By DW
03 November 2022   |   12:29 pm
In the upcoming midterms, US voters will decide which parties control the House and the Senate. Issues like abortion and the economy will likely influence people's decisions. But the poll is about more than that.

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