Law360 (November 10, 2018, 10:11 AM EST) -- Buoyed by the votes of suburban women and independents, Democrats gained hard-won ground in the nation’s statehouses in Tuesday’s midterm election. Democrats won seven governorships and six legislative chambers previously held by Republicans. They also took outright control of the New York Senate, which has been run by a Republican-dominated coalition despite a technical Democratic majority.
These outcomes were widely seen as a negative referendum on President Donald Trump, but Democratic gains were significantly less than Republicans posted in two midterm elections when Barack Obama was president. “It was a good night for the Democrats, but it was not a banner night,” said...
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