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Midterms 2022: Where Republicans and Democrats Stand on the Issues

A political shift could be coming to Washington this fall

By Wall Street Journal

Control of Congress is up for grabs and candidates are eager to sway voters heading into November. WSJ’s Joshua Jamerson explains how Republicans and Democrats are framing the debate around key issues like the economy, abortion, gun violence, immigration and student loan forgiveness. Photo illustration: Laura Kammermann

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