Dems Take Another Whipping At The State Level

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Democrats entered the 2020 elections looking to roll back much of the commanding presence Republicans had in state governments, but instead wound up losing ground as votes were counted on Wednesday.

Republicans won majorities in both chambers of the New Hampshire State House and took back the Montana governor’s mansion, which had been held by a retiring Democrat.

Greg Gianforte’s win in Montana over Democrat Mike Cooney gave Republicans 27 of the country’s 50 governorships. More

7 Comments on Dems Take Another Whipping At The State Level

  1. …doesn’t matter. The Dems will forget all about state’s rights and declare Federal supremacy in all things under the Harris Administration just like they did in the Soetoro Administration, and declare anything less than total fealty to the Jamindian Whore to be the fouled kind of racism and sexism that will be a lifetime imprisonment offense once Beto takes the guns…

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  2. Yeah, right, sure… voters poured over the down-ballot races, voting Republican, but at the top voted for Biden.

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  3. “Within one election cycle, Mountain State voters have turned the West Virginia Legislature from a Republican majority branch of government to a super-majority branch.

    With the unofficial results of the 2020 general election, Republicans in the House of Delegates and the Senate have at least a two-thirds majority, which gives lawmakers in that party the ability to procedurally advance or stop any bill or other measure without any support from Democrats…..

    House of Delegates Republicans likely will hold 76 of the 100 seats in the House if current election results hold. That’s an 18-seat pickup for House Republicans, the largest net gain for Republicans since the GOP gained control of the House of Delegates in 2014….”

    https://www.wvgazettemail.com/news/politics/wv-republicans-now-have-supermajorities-in-house-senate-how-did-they-get-there/article_24cd2f1e-0d7b-5790-9c24-75ebf588c165.html .

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