1926 Midterm Elections

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In the midterm elections of 1926, The Democratic Party gained a minimal 9-seats from the Republican Party in the U.S. House of Representatives. With the economy prosperous, Republicans retained a clear 41-seat majority. The results were more dramitic in the U.S. Senate, with Democrats gaining six seats. Republicans kept a bare 48-47 seat majority.