Republican Marianette Miller-Meeks has already declared victory in the race for Iowa's 2nd district, a contest that came down to just six votes.
Now, days later, the Democrat candidate Rita Hart has decided to challenge the results, in an unexpected way.
The race for Iowa's second district came down to a razor thin margin. Republican candidate Marianette Miller-Meeks won by a lead of just six votes. This is a flip, as the seat was previously held by a retiring Democrat.
This is an excellent reminder of the importance of vote integrity. A handful of votes decided this contest.
Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives have released an open letter warning the Israeli government against applying sovereignty over parts of Judea and Samaria region. The letter addressed to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and senior members of his government was endorsed by 191 out of 233 House Democrats. None of the 197 Republicans in the House supported the move.
Article of Impeachment II against Donald Trump was "obstruction of Congress." One of the bases for the Article was the Trump administration's position that it did not have to comply with House Committee subpoenas to senior administration officials.
Many Democrats are rightly concerned that if Bernie Sanders gets their party's nomination, they could lose to President Trump. The worry doesn't end there, however.
There is a growing fear that a Bernie candidacy could also cost them the House of Representatives.
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski appeared before the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday and answered questions for hours. It was the latest attempt by Democrats to appear as if they are trying to impeach Trump.
Democrats and the media have been saying for days that this special election in North Carolina would be a referendum on Trump and his chances for winning in 2020.
Trump held a rally in the state on Monday night for Republican Dan Bishop. His efforts paid off, as Bishop declared victory 24 hours later over Democrat Dan McCready.
Following is a way it might be possible for the far left to gain more power, particularly in the House, even if the majority of America and even the majority of Democrats do not support far left politics and are completely turned off by the current Squad.
Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-FL), is a perfect example of how out of touch our political class has become. Despite taking an oath to defend the Constitution, Wilson would like to override the First Amendment to protect members of Congress from mockery.
Democrats, who now control the House of Representatives, are using their committee powers to wage an all out war on Donald Trump regarding his personal finances, including businesses.
This use of government power to go after all things Trump is not new. Various state Attorney Generals, particularly Tish James in New York, have signaled a desire and intent to subject Trump's personal and business finances to extreme scrutiny looking for a crime.
The student loan debt crisis is real and a very serious issue. No one disputes this. Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA), who now chairs the House Committee on Financial Services, brought it up during a hearing with bank executives this week and made a complete fool of herself.
No one presents a greater threat to Democrats than members of identity groups who reject identity politics and embrace individual liberty and conservatism. Conservative women, gays, and black people are treated with open animosity by the left.
According to conventional wisdom, Democrats are going to win the House of Representatives next week. Historically, the party that controls the White House loses control of Congress in the midterms. But these are not conventional times and anything could happen.
You may think House Democrats have no message other than the fact that they're against Trump, or that they want to roll back the tax cuts, but you'd be wrong. They recently announced their new slogan and it's a real snoozer.