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Pelosi Clinches Speakership With Term-Limit Agreement
She’ll be out of leadership by 2022.
Pelosi May Accept 4-Year Term Limit on Speakership
It’s mainly a face-saving measure for anti-Pelosi rebels who, at most, can keep her from serving as House Democratic leader well into her 80s.
Trump Better Get Used to a Democratic House
The odds of Republicans regaining the House in 2020 even if Trump is reelected aren’t great.
Martha McSally Lost Her Bid for Senate, But She Could Get There Anyway
John Kyl may soon step down from the Senate seat he was appointed to in September, and Mitch McConnell wants Martha McSally to replace him.
the kavanaugh hearings
Collins and Murkowski Face Political Repercussions at Home for Kavanaugh Votes
Collins has guaranteed herself a tough reelection race in 2020, and Murkowski is already getting an intraparty threat from Sarah Palin.
Let’s Say Ruth Bader Ginsburg Retires in 2023. Then What?
Even if Trump is reelected, his ability to reshape the Supreme Court depends on GOP control of the Senate, which looks iffy for 2020 and 2022.