Democrats are on verge of the unthinkable: Losing a swing district in California

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    • #313601
      Ohio Barbarian
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      This is the same district that Cenk Uygur ran in, and the Vichy Democrat establishment and their media running dogs all rallied behind their Chosen Loser. They could have at least have had Cenk, who probably would have won. Just goes to show winning isn’t their top priority. This is from Politico:

      California Republicans may be on the verge of something they haven’t done in more than two decades: capturing a congressional seat from Democrats in the nation’s most populous state.

      Tuesday’s special election runoff in the Los Angeles suburbs, which is taking place because of former Rep. Katie Hill’s resignation last year, has Democrats bracing for defeat in a district they flipped by 9 points in the 2018 midterms. Armed with a highly touted recruit and an older, less diverse electorate than in general elections, Republicans feel they are on the verge of an upset.

      Private polls show the race in the state’s 25th District is within just a few points, and Democrats are already downplaying expectations for their nominee, state Assemblywoman Christy Smith, citing depressed turnout in the midst of a pandemic and the negative impact of the scandal surrounding Hill, who resigned amid allegations that she had inappropriate sexual relationships with staffers.

      Their battle plan: Hope for the best next week, then try again in six months in the rematch, when Democrats expect their voters will show up with the presidential election on the ballot.

      Full article here, which doesn’t even mention Uygur.

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      I’m curious now. Post the results next week, if you can – either way.

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