The results of the 2018 election will bring more than 90 new members to the US House, but for Democrats and Republicans the change could not be different as Democrats will see the influx of women and minorities and the Republican conference is mainly of white men. Before the 2018 elections, there were 23 women in republican republics – but after retirement, races for other positions and election defeats – that number would drop to just 13 at the 116th Congress as only one new Republican was elected the Host in 2018 This decline in the AFP comes as a record number of women who will be serving at the new Congress because the growth has come because the ranks of Democrats in the House will inflate with newly elected women from across the country. And this graph makes this change even more obvious: House Republicans-the election looks quite different from House Democrats-elect. At that point Republicans must have about 200 members in the new Congress – and 180 of them will be white men. That's 90 percent. MEPs must have about 235 members in the new House – 90 of them will be white men. That's about 38%. Republicans will have 13 women in the new House of Representatives. Democrats will have almost 90 women deputies. Nearly half of these democratic women will not be white. Welcome to the 116th Congress! The Washington Post said, "If you enter the white man on the floor in the house the following year, there is a chance of 2 to 1, he." As for the Democrats, they will vote later this week for their 116th Congress – and despite the famous opposition from a small group of newly elected and current democrats – more and more it seems that Nancy Pelosi will be able to find 218 votes in January to return to the post of chairman, the first time that happened after Sam Reebbour in the mid-1950s. During the Thanksgiving holiday, Pelosi rested on Democrats and withdrew from deals with reporter Marcia Fudge (D-OH), who spoke against her as chairman, as the Pelosi supporters issued multiple public statements on her behalf. "With Nancy Pelosi on the table, party Democrats give the best chance to fulfill the promises we have made to all Americans to do the job," said reporter Sheila Jackson D-TX. "To understand what Pelosios will do, we just have to look at what the Pelosi spokesman has done: take democratic priorities such as sleep-to-health healthcare," said Judi Chu (D-CA). One of Pelosi's daughters has even gone to Twitter to remind critics that the Democratic Leader of Parliament is not a foreigner to legislative knives. I mean … every one of us, 5 children, could tell you years ago. (Some of us!) #DontMessWithMama #TeamPelosi pic.twitter.com/0bwR6wq41L – Christine Pelosi (@sfpelosi) November 22, 2018 With regard to the makeup of the house at the 116th Congress, there are three races that are not final yet : + New York 22 – Most absent and temporary workers still have to be counted in this northern neighborhood of New York, but Democrat leader Anthony Brindisi is too big to overrun the republic Claudia Tennie (R-New York). It will be a democratic pickup, with Democrats winning 39 seats in the House. Tennes has not yet admitted. + New York 27 – The countdown is over, and the accused Chris Collins (R-NY) is the winner of the Democrats Nate McMurray who have not yet defeated. This is the GOP, as both Republican lawmakers who have been accused in recent months – Collins and Republican Duncan Hunter (R-CA) – were victorious in November. + California 21 – This area was initially convened by news organizations for the PP, but Republican David Vallado (R-CA) saw his head shrink from a thousand to less than 500 votes. Vallado may be able to stay, but election experts give their opponent T.J. Coke has a good chance to win. This would be +40 for Democrats if this race deviates from the PP. One last note – all this is normal. California has counted the newsletters for weeks and has not verified results by December 7. If the VP wins in CA21, then in 2019 there will be 92 new members. If the Democrats win, that number will reach 93. That's (no more than one in five MPs will be new), but it would almost equal the dramatic change in 2010 when the Tea Party's wave passed through Congress. This year the total change was 94 members. This year was less unfavorable with respect to the new republics against the new democrats – but 2019 will include about two-thirds of the new Democrats, compared to one third in the PD.