Politics, States

Landslide: Virginia Reclaimed From Dem Carpetbaggers

The GOP is poised to take back control of Virginia’s House of Delegates after completing a sweep of all three statewide offices in yesterday’s general election, most notably the office of Governor, as Glenn Youngkin defeated Terry McAuliffe in a race with national implications in a state that Joe Biden supposedly won by 10 points just last year.

Alongside the offices of Governor, Lt. Governor, and Attorney General, elections were held for all 100 seats in Virginia’s House of Delegates on Tuesday, which Democrats controlled by a 55 to 45 seat majority ahead of election day. Now, Republicans appear set to take control of the state’s House by a one-seat margin, as shockwaves continue to come out of Virginia and Democrat power hemorrhages. Read more…

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