WASHINGTON — The fashion industry so far appears to be voting Republican when it comes to the upcoming midterm Congressional elections in November.
Contributions from many of the industry’s largest political action committees to Republican candidates have outpaced those made to Democrats heading into the elections. Democrats currently hold a majority in the Senate, while Republicans have control of the House. Political experts generally feel that control of the Senate, where one-third of the seats are at stake, is in play, while the House should stay in GOP hands.
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