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Governor Tuesday: Election Day and Immigration Rhetoric

governor tuesday: The blue wave that some had feared from Election Day never fully materialized, according to CTV. The mixed verdict in the first nationwide election of Trump's presidency showed the limits of his hard-line immigration rhetoric in America's evolving political landscape, where college-educated voters in the suburbs rejected his warnings of a migrant invasion. But the GOP added to its Senate edge and prevailed in some key races for governor Tuesday, beating back the potential of big Democratic gains across the board. But blue-collar voters and rural America embraced his aggressive talk and stances. House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi of California, who would be in line to become the next speaker, spoke of a new day in America. The new Democratic House majority will end Republican dominance in Washington for the final two years of Trump's first term with major questions looming about health care, immigration and government spending. ( As reported in the news.