What you need to know about the upcoming Senate election in Massachusetts

The U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts is set to become a bellwether for whether President Donald Trump’s agenda continues to take hold.

While Democrats control the chamber, Republicans hold a slim majority in the Senate.

The Democratic Senate majority is a key indicator of how much momentum the Trump administration is having in the legislative process.

Democrats are hoping that the midterm elections will help them make a better argument for their agenda to voters.

“The Senate races in November and in 2018 will give us the opportunity to show that there is a majority of people who believe that the Senate is broken and that we need to fix it,” said Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Addison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellHow the Trump tax law passed: The final stretch McConnell says Kavanaugh nomination moving forward as Trump approves FBI probe MORE (R-Ky.).

The GOP majority in both chambers of Congress is not an outlier.

The U and Senate majority are now both on the rise.

In both the House and the Senate, Republicans control at least 50 seats.

But that number is a bit more complicated.

The Republican-controlled House is a much more conservative branch of government than the Democratic-controlled Senate.

This makes it difficult for Democrats to gain support for any legislation they pass, and the party is likely to be under pressure to do so.

Democrats will have to fight to win at least half of the House seats, with a narrow majority or no majority in either chamber.

In the Senate this year, Republicans have a more moderate majority of 41 to 39, with Democratic candidates up for reelection.

But if the Democrats manage to take control of both chambers, Republicans will have more control over the Senate than they have in the past, as well.

In the House, the GOP holds a 53-49 majority in total.

Republicans have already lost four Senate seats in 2018, and two of those losses came when Democrats won control of the Senate in the 2018 midterm elections.

The Senate has a different makeup, with the majority party being comprised of Republicans and Democrats.

While this makes the Senate less likely to move in the president’s direction, it also means that the GOP’s control over both chambers can be strengthened.

The next Senate election is November 6, 2018.

A victory by either of the two major-party candidates would put Democrats in control of Congress for the first time in over three decades.

This is important because Trump has already lost both chambers by more than a majority in 2018.

The Senate is likely a key battleground for the next two years.