Saturday’s special election race in Fort Worth, Texas is a great example of Republicans coming back together to benefit real Americans while the Democrats are losing momentum.
There was a very exciting runoff for a special election on Saturday in Fort Worth. Two Republicans shut out their Democratic opponents to solidify a Republican House member in Texas’s 6th Congressional District. It’s intriguing that the Democrat came in third out of all the candidates, especially because Republican favor in Fort Worth has been slipping the past four years. In 2016, President Trump won the district by 12 points, and in 2020 he won by a slim three points. The trend shows that Democrats would have a great change to take the district, yet in this special election race, the Republicans got 62 percent of the vote while the Democrats got 37 percent overall. I think Saturday’s special election race was a great example that the Republicans are coming back together, and the Democrats are losing momentum.
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