Democrats Have the Smallest House Majority in 80 Years - Rep. Tom Emmer Explains the New Dynamic in the House of Reps.

Democrats Have the Smallest House Majority in 80 Years – Rep. Tom Emmer Explains the New Dynamic in the House of Reps.


One of the more unbelievable – or at least far-fetched outcomes of the 2020 General Election was the overwhelming number of Republicans elected to the House of Representatives. One of the major questions is, how did so many Republicans get elected in local races while those same voters elected the Democratic Presidential nominee, Joe Biden?

It doesn’t add up, but either way, that’s the story and they’re sticking to it – for now.

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In any case, Republican party members can pat themselves on the back for gaining such unprecedented grounds in the House of Representatives. One of the biggest feats was that every new Republican member of the House was either a veteran, a minority, or a woman – a statistic that only furthers to destroy the left-wing narrative that the GOP lacks diversity in representation.

According to the Associated Press, right now 422 out of the 435 Congressional seats were up for election with 219 going to democratic

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