Midterm Predictions

The Panem Congress passed a piece of legislation this year to increase the number of congressional seats to an even 200. The legislation became law once signed by President Rick Canth.

The Conservatives are continuing their rise in the polls as of late, despite their leader, President Canth, being involved in a bribery scandal. They are expected to seize around fifteen of the thirty new seats, plus several more that already exist. Liberty continues to do well, as per usual- no surprise for the leading party since forever and a day. They are expected to win around seven of the new thirty seats. Civic remains stagnant- no surprise, with a gain of only one seat of the existing bunch, but will gain two of the new seats. Labor will increase their membership decently from the old seats, while gaining about six of the new seats.

As of right now, the following is our prediction for the composition of the House of Representatives.

Liberty is expected to receive around 91 seats in the House, with Conservatives receiving 72 seats, Labor with 30 seats, and Civic with 7 seats. It is unknown who will be the majority party in this scenario, as Liberty will fall eight representatives short of the 100 representatives needed to make a governing majority.

Liberty is expected to receive around 91 seats in the House, with Conservatives receiving 72 seats, Labor with 30 seats, and Civic with 7 seats. It is unknown who will be the majority party in this scenario, as Liberty will fall eight representatives short of the 100 representatives needed to make a governing majority.

In the Panem Senate, it’s pretty likely not much will change. After all, the Conservatives are reaping the riches of striking a coalition government with Liberty, with the senators from Liberty serving a dual role as Conservative senators. If anything, the composition not change.

As of right now, here is our prediction for the Panem Senate.

In our first prediction, we predict the fusion ticket of Liberty/Conservative candidates retains the Senate with 21 senators, while the opposition will be formed of a coalition between Labor (with 5 seats) and Civic (with 4 seats).

In our first prediction, we predict the fusion ticket of Liberty/Conservative candidates retains the Senate with 21 senators, while the opposition will be formed of a coalition between Labor (with 5 seats) and Civic (with 4 seats).

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