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Former Bill Clinton advisor Doug Sosnik outlines headwinds Dems face in 2022

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Graphic: Doug Sosnik

Doug Sosnik— senior adviser to the Brunswick Group, and White House political director for President Bill Clinton — is out with a new deck, shown first to Axios AM readers, warning his party how hard it'll be to hang onto its House and Senate majorities in next year's midterms.

The bottom line: "With only two exceptions (1998 and 2002), the party out of power has picked up seats in every midterm election since World War II," Sosnik writes.

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