Rep. Rashida Tlaib Re-Challenged by Brenda Jones; Only 1,000 Vote Difference in 2018


Could the notorious “squad” be coming to an end?

Things aren’t looking good for Representative Rashida Tlaib.

Detroit City Council president Brenda Jones has announced that she willing be challenging Tlaib for her seat.

Tlaib beat Jones in 2018 by fewer than 1,000 votes.

The difference is that there were a total of 6 candidates in that race.

This year’s race will be a 1-1 rivalry, with the embattled Tlaib facing off against the more established jones.

More details on Jones’ announcement and how the race is shapping up below:

MI CD-13. Detroit City Council Pres Brenda Jones (D), who narrowly lost 2018 primary to now-freshman Cong Rashida Tlaib (D), has filed amended FEC paperwork indicating she is planning 2020 rematch primary run vs Tlaib.

— (@Politics1com) March 21, 2020

Joe Biden beat Bernie Sanders in Rashida Tlaib’s district by double

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