PBS NewsHour full episode, Nov. 9, 2022

Wednesday on the NewsHour, the country appears headed for a divided government as Democrats do better than expected in the midterms. We look at winners and losers and how much influence each party wields in the next Congress. Plus, from the red wave that failed to materialize to the shifting political winds in former swing states, we examine the major themes of the midterms.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Control of Congress in balance with close races undecided

Analyzing the results of several key midterm races

Biden celebrates but promises to work across the aisle

Democrat Landsman flips House seat held by GOP’s Rep. Chabot

Georgia Senate race to runoff as count continues in Arizona

Surveys show important issues that led to voters’ decisions

Democratic, Republican strategists on campaign successes

News Wrap: Russian military withdraws from Kherson

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00:00 – Introduction
02:37 – Control of Congress in balance with close races undecided
07:23 – Analyzing the results of several key midterm races
13:14 – Biden celebrates but promises to work across the aisle
18:04 – Democrat Landsman flips House seat held by GOP’s Rep. Chabot
26:30 – Georgia Senate race to runoff as count continues in Arizona
35:48 – Surveys show important issues that led to voters’ decisions
41:37 – Democratic, Republican strategists on campaign successes
50:23 – News Wrap: Russian military withdraws from Kherson