Other votes on Election Day 2016: from Congress to referenda

Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-FL) (L) speaks at his US Senate debate with Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), at Broward College in Davie, Florida, on October 26, 2016Both chambers of Congress — the Senate and the House of Representatives — must agree on each bill before it can head to the president’s desk to become law. In order to have a decent chance of having Congress pass his or her reforms, a president’s party must control at least one chamber. House of Representatives: All 435 seats are up for grabs, for a two-year term representing local districts.

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