Why Mitt Romney lost the election

A look at how Mitt Romney’s failed campaign for president was viewed by the American public and the Republican Party.

The results of the 2016 elections have been devastating for the Republican establishment.

What’s more, many Republicans still believe they can hold on to power despite the defeat.

What happened in 2016?

The 2016 presidential election was a devastating blow to the Republican party.

Despite widespread polling that showed Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders in a dead heat, the American people voted overwhelmingly to elect President Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton.

Many Americans saw the election as a repudiation of the establishment and its policies.

The election of President Trump showed the American voter that the GOP has changed and that they were fed up with being treated like third-class citizens.

The Democratic Party, on the other hand, was able to maintain its grip on power despite massive losses.

In the 2016 election, the Democratic Party lost more than 3 million seats and the number of governorships was down from its peak of nearly 8 million in 2008.

Many Republican states experienced massive declines in their political clout.

The Republican Party also suffered a devastating defeat in the House of Representatives, losing a majority of seats to Democrats.

Republicans lost a total of 435 House seats, and only three of the 435 Senate seats.

The number of House seats in the Republican-controlled House and Senate were reduced from a peak of 447 to a mere 43.

In states like Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Missouri, New Hampshire, and Virginia, Republican candidates for governor, state senators, and governor-elects lost their bids for re-election.

While these races may have been competitive, they weren’t enough to change the balance of power in the U.S. House of Representative, where Republicans held a majority.

The state legislatures were also dominated by Republicans.

The result of the election is that Democrats are the majority party in the United States House of Congress.

The U. S. House and the U,S.

Senate are both controlled by Republicans and serve the same purpose: to pass their legislative agenda.

The GOP control of both the House and Congress is unprecedented in American history.

In 2020, Republicans will hold a total majority of the House, and a majority in the Senate.

It will be the first time since 1954 that the House has a Republican majority.

A new generation of Republican governors, senators, governors, and governors-elect is now taking over the reins of power.

It’s not just the Republican House and senators, however, that are now the majority in Washington, D.C. In 2026, the U is set to have a Democratic majority in both the U Senate and U House of Delegates.

This is an historic moment in U. s history, and it marks the culmination of a long-term shift in power that began in the late 1980s and is still taking place today.

What changed?

In the first months of the new century, Republicans have been in a state of near-constant turmoil.

The political climate has been tense and polarized, with a number of GOP governors facing impeachment hearings.

These political scandals have caused many to believe that Republicans will soon be in power, with President Donald J. Trump as their commander-in-chief.

At the same time, the economy has continued to take a devastating turn for the worse.

Unemployment is at its highest level in the past 15 years, and more and more Americans are finding themselves struggling to make ends meet.

The 2016 election was also a defining moment for the U S. economy.

After a tumultuous period in the 1980s, the stock market skyrocketed from its low in 1985 to a high of $20,000 by the end of 2000.

In contrast, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has only risen from a low of $6,600 to a peak that is nearly $600,000, or about one percent.

The Dow Jones is the world’s largest index of stocks and is considered a measure of the health of the U s economy.

The economic decline in the American economy is a defining and significant event in American politics and history.

The impact of the elections of 2020 and 2016 is now being felt across the nation.

What are some of the most pressing issues facing the U States right now?

The most pressing issue facing the American working class is the decline of wages.

The average hourly wage has fallen for more than a decade, falling from $13.60 in the early 2000s to $9.80 by 2019.

The wage is being eroded by automation and outsourcing.

Workers are being displaced from their jobs and are being forced to rely on government assistance programs to keep their homes and pay their rent.

These programs also benefit the wealthy and corporate interests that are pushing for austerity and austerity cuts.

Meanwhile, more and less people are able to pay their bills and save for retirement.

As a result, many Americans are being pushed into debt and struggling to stay afloat.

Meanwhile a growing number of Americans are also struggling to get by.

The median household income for Americans in 2020