Democrats used to win and here's how they still can

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There’s a lot of heat and noise in our politics today.  But here’s what it reveals when you pull back the curtain six months away from the midterm elections.

Republicans have the upper hand to gain back the House and Senate majorities. President Biden’s approval rating is in the low 40’s and if that does not dramatically change the November election will be a referendum on him. 

High inflation, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, a spike in crime, the crisis at the border and increasing rancor and division in the country have given pause to voters as they assess President Biden’s performance in office thus far.

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Democrats have failed to take full advantage that they control the presidency and the House and Senate. While the margins in the House and Senate are very slim, they have demonstrated neither the focus nor discipline to secure victories that were in front of them. 

The months long ordeal where the moderate and progressive wings of the party squared off and wouldn’t compromise on the Build Back Better legislation left voters wondering if they cared more about

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