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US midterms: expected red wave turns into red ripple

By DW
10 November 2022   |   11:23 am
Vote counting still underway in many key races, so it's not yet clear who's won the US midterm elections. But one thing is clear - the Republican wave predicted by many experts has failed to materialise.

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