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Express.co.uk

Midterm elections 2018: When are the next US elections?

Twitter actress Alyssa Milano wrote shortly after the election results” “Beto lost? That's ok. Now he can run for President.” She added “#Beto2020.” shortly afterwards. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has 6-1 odds, while Oprah Winfrey is on 20-1.

- Express.co.uk

Financial Times

US elections expose cracks in Trump coalition ahead of 2020

Donald Trump said Tuesday's midterm elections would be a referendum on his presidency. But instead of delivering the unalloyed affirmation he may have sought, the results have exposed cracks in the coalition he needs to win re-election in 2020. The US ...

- Financial Times

The Australian Financial Review

US elections 2018: Winners and losers from election night

Democratic diversity: Colorado's Jared Polis became the first openly gay man elected governor, and Democrats elected two Muslim women (Michigan's Rashida Tlaib and Minnesota's Ilhan Omar) and two Native American women (Kansas' Sharice Davids ...

- The Australian Financial Review

The Standard

Factbox: Fast facts about the US elections

Control of both houses of the U.S. Congress and 36 state governorships are at stake in Tuesday's elections, which are widely viewed as a referendum on Republican President Donald Trump's first two years in the White House. ALSO READ: Trump ...

- The Standard

The Standard

Factbox: Fast facts about the US elections

Control of both houses of the U.S. Congress and 36 state governorships are at stake in Tuesday's elections, which are widely viewed as a referendum on Republican President Donald Trump's first two years in the White House. ALSO READ: Trump ...

- The Standard

BBC News

US mid-term elections 2018: Congress hands in balance

Early results are being declared in the US mid-term elections, which will determine who runs Congress and shape President Donald Trump's agenda. Democrats scored early wins in the House of Representatives, flipping two districts in Virginia and Florida.

- BBC News

Financial Times

US midterm elections: Record turnout as Congress hangs in the balance

Polls started to close in some states as Americans cast their ballots to decide one of the most divisive midterm elections in modern US political history, with early exit polls showing that 16 per cent were voting for the first time compared with 10 ...

- Financial Times