American Republican a house Candidates broke expectations 2020 electionsIn part, this is because independents and some Democratic voters “connected the dots” between liberal democratic governance and Economic According to one Republican lawmaker.
US representative Tom McClintock from California, A Republican from the Sacramento area and a member of the House Natural Resources Committee, said on Fox News’ ‘Hannity’ People in liberal and democratic circles have seen with their own eyes how the politics of the left have failed them.
He argued that in many places where there is a united leftist control of political power, voters are often left to contend with rampant homelessness, high taxes, failing public schools, unemployment and soaring energy costs.
“This is what the Democratic Left offers,” he said, adding that many voters in his state had realized the problem.
“And I think Californians are sick of it and I think Americans all over the country are looking at places like California and New York and saying we don’t want to go there,” McClintock continued, referring to two Democrats’ strongholds. Where the Republicans in the House of Representatives made their greatest gains.
“This is why the Georgia elections are so important,” he added, referring to the state in which the run-off elections for the US Senate on January 5 will determine control of the House.
In New York, Republican Rep. Nicole Malliotakis, a Republican who was her party’s candidate against Bill de Blasio in the 2017 New York mayoral election, ousted US Representative Max Rose, D.
In doing so, the Staten Island legislator became the only Republican member of Congress in New York City.
In California’s McClintock, several Republicans have won the hotly contested races, including Representative David Valladao of California, who declared his victory to host Tammy Bruce during “Hannity.”
Elsewhere in the stateElected Representatives Yong Kim and Michael Steele defeated their current Democratic rivals, as the Republican Party added to its ranks in the House of Representatives despite expectations that it would lose about ten net seats.