Yesterday voters across the US took to the polls to decide who would represent them in the House of Representatives and the Senate.

It has been an election fraught with controversy, as President Donald Trump’s party the Republicans and opposing party the Democrats battled for votes.

There are 435 seats up for re-election in the House of Representatives, and 33 out of 100 seats up for election in the Senate.

Prediction polls have so far rung true, with the Democrats leading in the House and Republicans maintaining control in the Senate.

What time will the FULL RESULTS come in for the US Midterms?

Whilst results are continuing to be revealed, the Democrats have officially won the majority in the House of Representatives.

With 218 seats in the House, and 24 seats still to be announced, the Democrats have clinched a victory. 

In terms of the Senate, there are five seats left to be announced, but the Republicans have maintained control with 51 percent of the votes so far.

Follow our live blog on the Midterm Election results here. 

Despite losing the House, US President Donald Trump has remained upbeat on Twitter. 

In a series of tweets, the President has quoted statements from high profile champions of his.

Quoting Ben Stein, “The Capitalist Code” Trump tweeted: “There’s only been 5 times in the last 105 years that an incumbent President has won seats in the Senate in the off year election.

“Mr. Trump has magic about him.

“This guy has magic coming out of his ears. He is an astonishing vote getter & campaigner.

“The Republicans are unbelievably lucky to have him and I’m just awed at how well they’ve done.

“It’s all the Trump magic – Trump is the magic man. Incredible, he’s got the entire media against him, attacking him every day, and he pulls out these enormous wins.” 

Tweeting a statement from Fox News Anchor David Asman Trump said: ““How do the Democrats respond to this? Think of how his position with Republicans improves-all the candidates who won tonight.

They realize how important he is because of what he did in campaigning for them. They owe him their political career.” Thanks, I agree!”