The House of Representatives, which was re-elected on Tuesday, will be re-re-elected.
This is a major change in the House, as it’s the only chamber in the United, and the only one where a Democrat is not a majority leader.
But there’s another change that could change the future of the House of Representative in the years to come.
In 2018, Democrats will control the House.
This means that the majority party will have more seats to hold and that House Republicans will have a stronger majority to work with, but the majority will still control the legislative agenda.
So it’s likely that this will mean that the House will be controlled by Republicans for the next four years.
That’s a lot of seats in a short time.
If you’re wondering, the House is currently dominated by Republicans.
How the House changes in 2020 The 2018 midterm elections will be held on November 6, 2020.
That means that if Democrats win control of the house, they will hold a majority of the seats.
And the House Majority Leader will have to take a number of steps to help his or her party retain the majority in 2018.
First, he or she must make the case that the Republican-controlled House has an opportunity to control the agenda for the first time in years.
This could mean taking on the president’s nominees, working to prevent filibusters, or negotiating with Democrats on legislation.
Second, the majority leader will have the power to change the rules of the chamber to keep the House in session.
This includes a vote to adjourn, which could happen if the House Democrats and Republicans vote together to pass legislation.
This vote could be postponed or canceled if a Democrat wins control of both houses of Congress, and then if the vote is postponed.
This would allow a Democratic-controlled chamber to pass a bill that is supported by the majority, while also keeping the majority of House Democrats in line.
Third, if Republicans take control of Congress in 2020, they could use the majority to force Democratic-backed bills through the House without Democratic support.
This might include moving a bill to repeal a popular Affordable Care Act health care law that was signed into law in 2010.
This repeal would also allow the House Republicans to use the Senate to pass their own version of the health care bill.
Fourth, the president will have fewer options for executive actions in the 2019 midterm elections.
Because the House’s rules are set up to limit the number of bills the president can propose in the first 100 days of his or the first 90 days of a new administration, the number that the president is able to put forward in 2019 will be reduced.
This will mean the president no longer has a lot to say on policy issues.
The president is likely to focus on the economy, but his agenda is not likely to include much in the way of new legislation.
Finally, in 2019, the Senate will have less of a say in policy making.
This may include changes in the Senate’s filibuster rules.
The Senate will likely pass a number, such as increasing the number on the Senate floor from one-third to one-half, which would allow it to pass bills.
That could mean that a number that could be a majority or minority bill in the chamber.
If the Senate passes a majority bill, the Democrats will need to change it to include a number higher than one-quarter of the votes needed to overcome a filibuster.
That will give the Democrats more leverage in negotiations with the White House, but it will also make it harder for the House to pass any legislation the Democrats agree to.
What if the Democrats win?
If the Democrats regain control of House seats in 2019 and 2020, the speaker of both chambers will be appointed by the president, not by the House majority leader, and will have veto power.
In 2020, if the Senate Democrats are successful in getting a bill passed, they would need to then go back to the House and have their bill approved by both chambers of Congress.
This process would be much like what happened during the last two years of the Bush administration.
Both chambers would vote on the bill, which then needs to pass both chambers before it can be sent to the president for his signature.
This allows the president to veto a bill if he thinks it lacks support in the upper chamber.
What does this mean for the 2020 election?
In 2020 the Senate and House would both be controlled entirely by Republicans, and it is unlikely that the Democratic-led House will have enough votes to overcome any vetoes.
That said, if Democrats gain control of two or more House seats, they might be able to pass measures that have support from the majority.
That would give them a better shot at the presidency in 2020.
The Democrats also might be successful in moving legislation through the Senate.
There are two bills that the Senate would have to consider in 2020 that are considered major pieces of legislation.
One is a health care legislation that would repeal Obamacare. The