Q: Some Republicans fear Trump's protests and attacks on the Georgia election process could dampen GOP turnout, putting both Senate seats at risk. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Because no one running for senate in Georgia won a majority, there is a second election called a “run off” election in order to decide the winners. Because Trump lost the presidential election in Georgia, he claims the first election was rigged. Therefore, many of his followers think voting in the second election is a waste of time, because according to Trump the election process is corrupt so why vote at all? Also, many conservative people are annoyed he won’t concede, and that he is attacking our democracy. Therefore, many of them will likely vote against the Republicans in Georgia to punish Trump.

If the Republicans don’t win in Georgia, then the Democrats will control both houses of Congress and the Presidency. This will make it very easy for the Democrats to pass whatever legislation they want.
Q: Republicans are storming the secure room. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: they are entering the room without an invitation
Q: Republicans are running against Hillary Clinton(Again.) とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means that in the next election for the American president, the representatives from the Republican party will be going up against Hillary Clinton, who was also the candidate for the Democrats last election. (This is where the again come from.)
Q: shunned Republicans up and down the ballot とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "Up and down the ballot" means "the whole ballot." Ballots are written like a list. When you read a list for things you want, you look "up and down" the list. So when they were shunned up and down the ballot, it means they were ignored on every part of the ballot.


Q: Republicans and Democrats have criticized him for leaving while Texas deals with frigid cold and massive power outages. と Republicans and Democrats have criticized him for leaving while Texas is dealing with frigid cold and massive power outages. はどう違いますか?
A: Both are grammatically correct, but I agree with you. The second sentence sounds better in my opinion


Q: "Republicans believe in smaller government and Democrats say that bigger government doesn't mean bad government" は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Your pronunciation is really good, just try to work on the rhythm a little so it flows a little smoother!


Q: Republicans gave Ford a chance to say her piece and risk appearing like they aren't willing to respect a woman's accusations against a powerful man.

What does 'piece' mean?
A: It should be "speak her *piece* " - it's an idiom that means to give one's/her opinion
Q: ‎The Republicans have lost control of the Home of representatives , while the Democrats go on running the Senate この表現は自然ですか?
A: yeah , I ended up mixing them up.
Thank you lady
Q: What does "They have accused Republicans who control both of neglecting their responsibility to hold the administration to account." mean?

WASHINGTON — Democrats from the House Oversight Committee, stonewalled by the Trump administration and fuming at their Republican colleagues, sued the General Services Administration on Thursday to try to force the release of documents relating to its lease with the Trump International Hotel here.

The suit, which has little legal precedent, is likely to be a key test of Democrats’ ability to force oversight of the Trump administration without control of committees or subpoena power in either chamber of Congress. They have accused Republicans who control both of neglecting their responsibility to hold the administration to account.
A: they (the democrats) accused (blame, charge, argue that) Republucans who control both (the committees and the power to subpoena) of neglecting (failing to care for) their responsibly (obligation) to hold the administration (Trump and all his people he hired/nominated) to account.
I think it would sound better to say 'hold the administration accountable' which means to ensure that everything they have done is justified.