Who controlled Congress in 1998
|105th United States Congress|
|Members||100 senators 435 representatives 5 non-voting delegates|
|Senate President||Al Gore (D)|
Which party controlled the House in 1998
While Republicans maintained control of both chambers of Congress, the 1998 US elections were unusual in that the presidents party gained seats in the House of Representatives. The elections were held on November 3, 1998, midway through the second term of Democratic President Bill Clinton.
Who controlled the Senate in 2000
2000 United States Senate elections
|Leader||Trent Lott||Tom Daschle|
|Leader since||June 12, 1996||January 3, 1995|
|Leader's seat||Mississippi||South Dakota|
When was the last time the House and Senate were controlled by the same party
For the first time since the 103rd Congress in 1993, when they last held control of the House, the Democratic Party won majorities in both chambers, giving them total control of Congress.
Who controlled Congress in 1987
Overview of the Congress Jim Wright, a Texan, succeeded retiring Massachusetts Representative Thomas P. “Tip” ONeill as Speaker of the House during the 100th Congress (1987–1989), which dealt with a number of crises.
Who controlled the House and Senate in 1985
Overview of the Congress Despite Republican gains in the House in the 1984 election, Republicans kept control of the Senate and the White House, and Democrats kept the majority in the House.
Who controlled the House and Senate in 2009
Overview of the 111th Congress Barack Obama, a Democrat, served as the nations first black president, and Democrats held majorities in both houses of Congress during this time.
When was the 101st Congress
Congress 101 (1989–1991)
What Congress was in session in 1986
(From 1985 to 1986) 99th Congress
What is it called when one party controls Congress and the presidency
Divided government in the United States refers to a situation where one party holds control over the executive branch while another party holds control over either one or both houses of the legislative branch.
Who won the Senate in 1998
The incumbent Democratic Senator Barbara Boxer was elected to a second term in office during the November 2, 1998, United States Senate election in California.
Who won the presidency in 1998
Bill Clinton, a politician from Arkansas who became the 42nd President of the United States (1993–2001), was the first leader of the baby-boom generation to hold the office.
Who controlled Congress during the Reagan administration
The Republicans retained control of the Senate, while the Democrats increased their majority in the House of Representatives from the 97th Congress. The distribution of seats in the House of Representatives was based on the 1980 US Census.
Who controlled Congress in the 1980s
Overview of the Congress After the 1982 elections, Republicans kept control of the Senate, while Democrats increased their majority in the House. The 98th Congress (1983–1985) was hampered by the escalating budget deficit.
Who won 1990 election
In Minnesota, Democrat Paul Wellstone defeated Republican Rudy Boschwitz in that election.
What was the result of the 1994 congressional elections
Republicans gained eight seats in the Senate and a net of 54 seats in the House of Representatives, giving them unified control of Congress for the first time since 1952. These results have been dubbed the “Republican Revolution.”
Was there a presidential election in 2002
Republicans won unified control of Congress in the 2002 elections, which were held on November 5 in the middle of Republican President George W. Bushs first term.
How many senators represent each state in the Senate
A senator must be at least thirty years old, a citizen of the United States for nine years, and a resident of the State from which he or she was elected, according to the Constitution, which stipulates that the Senate be composed of two senators from each State (therefore, the Senate currently has 100 Members).