Republicans took a hit in the House in 2018 Midterms when Democrats regained control. But their fortunes could be quickly changing.
It’s vital for President Trump’s agenda that he has ample support in Congress. We’ve seen what happens when Democrats get too much power: bogus impeachments and reckless spending.
Republicans haven’t taken a new House seat in CA since 1998, but that might change. And it could signal a wave across America.
From Washington Examiner:
The May 12 California special election House race to fill the seat vacated by former Democratic Rep. Katie Hill has become a more competitive contest for the GOP. The Cook Political Report shifted California’s 25th Congressional District from “Lean Democratic” to a “Toss Up.”
A closely-watched race for California’s 25th seat has been ruled a “toss-up.” The seat was once held by Democrat Katie Hill.
You might remember how she was forced to resign in disgrace after a scandal over her private life erupted.
The district was originally controlled by Republicans before Hill. Now there seems to be a good reason a Republican can retake it.
A former Navy fighter pilot, Mike Garcia, is fighting to secure the seat from Democrats. If he wins the May 12 special election, it could mean a wave is coming.
You can imagine voters in that district are upset over Rep. Hill’s behavior. Perhaps they have learned their lesson and will put a Republican back in that seat?
If you take a larger view of the election, you have to wonder if the Democrats’ majority is in big trouble.
Back in 2018, many Democrats promised to “work” with President Trump if they were elected.
Once they were in, what did they do? They impeached him over a phone call. All that wasted time and tax dollars—when they should have been helping Americans.
With the current situation at large, it really makes you think, huh?
Perhaps many voters are eager to get rid of their liberal representatives?
Add to that the fact that Trump will be running for re-election, a tide of conservative support might sweep the GOP into the House.
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Source: Washington Examiner