Republican U.S. House Candidates shattered expectations 2020 election, Part of which the Liberals and some Democratic voters “linked” to the liberal democratic regime Economic According to a GOP legislator, the decline in their communities.
U.S. Representative Tom McClintock California, Sacramento area Republicans and member of the House Natural Resources Committee told Fox News “Hannity” Those in liberal and democratic circles have witnessed first-hand how the policies of the Left have failed.
In many places where there is a uniform left-wing grip on political power, there are often members involved in dealing with homelessness, high taxes, failed public schools, unemployment and rising energy costs.
“Democratic leftists offer it,” he said, adding that many voters in his home state have recognized the problem.
“I think Californians are tired of it. Americans across the country look at places like California and New York, and I think we don’t want to go there,” McClintock continued, pointing to two otherwise democratically-strong states where House Republicans made their biggest profits.
“That’s why the Georgia election is so important,” he added, adding that the two U.S. Senate elections on Jan. 5 will determine room control.
In New York, Nicole Malliotakis, the Republican state legislator who was her party’s candidate against Bill de Blasio in New York City’s 2017 mayoral election, was ousted by U.S. Rep. Max Rose, DNY.
In doing so, he became a member of the Staten Island Legislature, the only Republican congress within New York City.
In McClintock, California, several Republicans have emerged victorious in a number of competing races, including Republican-elected David Valado, R-Calif.
Elsewhere in the state, Elected representatives Young Kim and Michael Steele defeated their Democrats’ current challenges, despite predictions that the GOP would lose a dozen net seats in its ranks on the board.