Republicans Slipping

Submitted by ub on

The Republican Party also referred to as the Grand Old Party, is one of the two major political parties in the United States of America. The other is its historic rival, the Democratic Party. The RNC used to say they made a commitment to attract new voters and revitalize the image of the Republican Party. So what happened? The TRUMP Dump.

Will GOP just keep on sleeping until 2020? With the purpose of full disclosure, I should state from the git-go that even though I am not a Republican or a Democrat, I once served as division chief for Republican party leader, President George HW Bush.

However, that was then, when a Republican president was elected because he was a real stable and intelligent war hero as well as experienced in government.

Since POTUS took office, The Democrats have flipped governorships in Kansas, Illinois, Maine, Wisconsin, Michigan,
Nevada, New Mexico, New Jersey, and now, Virginia and Kentucky.

Democrats continue their winning streak under POTUS. Yesterday they and took full control of the Virginia statehouse for the first time in more than two decades. And the suburbs are also turning against the Republican, who really can't stop their downward drop. Suburban voters turned out in big numbers to back Democratic candidates, continuing a trend of once GOP-friendly suburbs turning blue. This is the third election in a row in which Democrats made significant gains since Trump was elected.

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