House GOP reelection arm expands 2022 Democratic targets in wake of Youngkin Virginia victory

cool… ok k thx bye. Btw are you female or male over 20 over 30 over 40? I mean Are you an American? Do you have kids? Do you know what poverty is like? College Educated? Emplpoyed. Out of your parents. I bought my first house at 26… still poor. My home sale was 54k in 2014 put 20k in materials alone building it back up. Was just valued at 175k sweat equity. I’m a father my first was born in 2018 my wife has gone through ferility treatment and 7 miscarriages I know what tough is like. I know what going to the church for food baskets is like. Fantasy chaser grew up poor. His mother used to post here.

You don’t even know what the word “policy” means. I told you to pick a policy and you just spew out stupidities.

Tax policy, foreign policy, domestic polict, etc… "Policy.

See, you are incapable of adult debate, which is propbably why you do not understand adult issues.

Again: I withdraw my debate offer. You reverted to “child throwing food” status. What a shame, you just can’t act maturely.

I tried to be nice, but an adult cannot be nice with your kind.

Is Moral Integrity a policy point?

You’re either a fat 400lb troll in their parents basement a leftist edgelord who gets off a getting a rise out of these folks. Either that or you are the most daft trust fund princess I ever seen my God this is why my mom who made six figures never gave us a dime If I talked like that I’d be laughed off the shop floor.

Back to the thread topic:

The House of Representatives Republican reelection committee is expanding its list of House Democrats it considers vulnerable in the 2022 midterm elections, when the GOP aims to win back the majority in the chamber.

The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) on Wednesday expanded its 57-member offensive target list, adding 13 Democratic representatives, bringing the total to an ambitious 70 House Democrats it will target ahead of next year’s midterms.

The move by the NRCC comes hours after Virginia Republican gubernatorial nominee Glenn Youngkin narrowly defeated former Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe in a state that now-President Biden carried by 10 points in last year’s election and where GOP candidates hadn’t won statewide in a dozen years. Virginia’s race is considered a bellwether ahead of next year’s elections, when Republicans need a net gain of just five seats in the 435-seat chamber to retake the House majority they lost in the 2018 midterms

The NRCC says their move also comes after “numerous public polls show the generic congressional ballot improving for Republicans.” The generic ballot, which asks whether a voter would support a generic Democrat or Republican candidate in their congressional district, is a closely watched question in the battle for control of the House.

“In a cycle like this, no Democrat is safe,” NRCC Chairman Rep. Tom Tom Emmer emphasized.

And he argued that “voters are rejecting Democrat policies that have caused massive price increases, opened our borders, and spurred a nationwide crime wave.”

The 13 House Democrats added to the NRCC’s list are Reps. Greg Stanton of Arizona (AZ-09), Ed Perlmutter of Colorado (CO-07), Joe Courtney of Colorado (CT-02), Darren Soto of Florida (FL-09), Sanford Bishop of Georgia (GA-02), Frank Mrvan of Indiana (IN-01), David Trone of Maryland (MD-06), G.K. Butterfield of North Carolina (NC-01), Annie Kuster of New Hampshire (NH-02), Teresa Leger-Fernandez of New Mexico (NM-03), Madeleine Dean of Pennsylvania (PA-04), Jim Cooper of Tennessee (TN-05), and Jennifer Wexton of Virginia (VA-10).

The rival Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee quickly fired back on Wednesday morning.

“The NRCC is mistaken if they think they can easily emulate a campaign that skipped a messy GOP primary, had no political record to defend, and routinely kept President Trump at arm’s length,” DCCC spokesperson Chris Taylor told Fox News, as he pointed to Youngkin’s path to victory.

Taylor emphasized that “we have a year until the midterm elections, and on top of passing historic legislation that includes game-changing investments in our infrastructure and working families, Democrats are working to ensure battleground voters understand the grave danger that House Republicans and their extremism present to not only our families, but our democracy.”

By 1% I don’t live in Virginia. I actually like his Lt Gov. So it doesn’t really effect me. It doesn’t really matters who wins outside of Michigan because 100% of our policy is set at the state level. The Fed gives them money and they say where to spend it. My only hope is my senators act like Ted Stevens and bring Michigan that bacon. Right now nothing can get me down, Trump could be reappointed president tomorrow by the Supremes. My shop went union my wage nearly doubled. I’m good I’m set this has been an awesome month. The demand for labor let me negotiate collective what we were all worth. Labor and Environment are my 2 issues above all else. Anyway who are you what do you live like parents basement or mcmansion on a culdasack? You ever had hard times? You know what’s like to put in a hard days work and have a little girl tell you, that your a child. The only thing that ever mattered to me was the labor shortage it put upward pressure on wages I finally know what its like to have a nice steak on the back porch I’m good I could die tomorrow happy. Bidens got my vote for that alone. 5 big things for me 1. Faith and Family 2. Decent Meat & Meals 3. Good Health 4. Good Cheer 5. Motorsports & Metal (Atvs, Jet-Skis, Motorbikes, Pit Bikes) (Spotify Playlist on Lock).

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