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House Gop announced a plan to regain the majority: 47 areas targeted by weak Democrats
Republicans in the US House of Representatives have released a detailed breakdown of the 47 Democratic-controlled provinces they intend to target in November 2022 as they seek to win back a majority from President Nancy Pelosi.
Republicans in the US House of Representatives have released a detailed breakdown of the 47 Democratic-controlled districts they intend to target in November 2022 as they seek to win back a majority from Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
NRCC Republican Congress Committee (NRCC) in a memo outlined how the Republican Party is only five seats away from the majority in the House, explaining that it believes that Republicans could be rivals in the 47 regions currently controlled by Democrats. Technically speaking, since the redistricting will see many changes in constituency lines and the transfer of some counties to or from certain states in the country, this map is likely to change somewhat and will likely change when these new districts are quarantined in late September. this year. But for now, the fact that Republicans are already focused on restoring the House of Representatives in Congress should warm up some hearts in the right-wing of the disillusioned Republican voters who have seen the Democrats rise to power in both houses of Congress and the House of Representatives. Blanca in November 2022.
The memo, titled "The Road to a Republican Majority," from NRCC CEO John Billings to "stakeholders" and begins celebrating Republican victories that have challenged gamblers, pollsters, and mentors across the board. Despite other troubles in some Senate and White House elections, House Republicans exceeded expectations and won more than ten seats in November, when most Washington political pundits predicted they would lose between five and ten or more.
10 Feb 2021