Blue State Blues: Republicans Should Not Be Overconfident About 2022 -- or 2024

Blue State Blues: Republicans Should Not Be Overconfident About 2022 — or 2024


Republicans have entered 2022 in a bullish mood. The conventional wisdom is that they will retake the House, and that they have a good chance of retaking the Senate as well, despite an unfavorable map.

Certainly President Joe Biden appears to be doing his best to help them, hitting a new record low approval rating of 33% in the Democrat-friendly Quinnipiac poll on Wednesday.

But Republicans aren’t doing too much yet to help themselves, and they risk wasting a golden opportunity.

First, the House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has governed as if she had been given a sweeping left-wing mandate rather than a razor-thin majority, the result of unexpected Democratic losses in 2020. Her caucus, sensing doom, has apparently started to panic: as

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