Good News: GOP Score Special Election Victories … Including A Strongly HILLARY District!

Written by Wes Walker on March 18, 2020

To hear the Press drone on about all reasons they hate Republicans and praise the Dems, it’s easy to lose sight of what public opinon REALLY looks like. Elections can change that.

If you believed the Democrat press, you’d think that between the massive hit we’re taking with the Chinese Virus and the ‘Forever Impeachment’ of the President, Republicans would be limping into the elections, right?

Maybe not.

Not if these Special elections are any indicator:

Republicans are claiming victory and Democrats conceding defeat in three special elections Tuesday to fill empty seats in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

All three seats had been held by Republicans who vacated them after winning elections to county offices last November, and Tuesday’s election maintains the 110-93 Republican majority in the state House.

Eric Davanzo won in a Republican-leaning district in Westmoreland County and Tim Bonner won in a Republican-leaning district based in Mercer County, while K.C. Tomlinson won in a district in politically divided Bucks County.

…In a statement, state GOP chairman Lawrence Tabas said the elections show the strength of the Republican Party in Pennsylvania and have fortified the party’s majority in the state House. —HoustonChronicle

 

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