Press TV, Chicago
Days after going to the polls the United States remains in electoral limbo. Dozens of elections for the House of Representatives still remain undecided, while control of the Senate is also up in the air as two narrow races are still counting their votes.
Just like in 2020 multiple battleground states have had controversial outages of their voting machines and surveillance equipment, leading to more questions by candidates and voters about the integrity of America’s elections.
Projections show that Republicans will take the House, while the Senate will likely come down to a runoff vote next month.
Democrats are trying to spin the idea that “they could have lost worse” as a positive outcome, but without definite results political life is on hold, with major consequences.
President Joe Biden indicated he will run for…