New York's 22nd Congressional District will begin the next session without a representative because the election is still a mess.
First, it was sticky notes. Now, it's about time stamps on ballots stored in a jail cell.
You cannot make up this stuff!
Congress will vote Monday night on a COVID-19 relief bill worth $900 billion along with a $1.4 trillion spending bill to cover the remainder of the 2021 Fiscal Year.
The Democrats wanted a $2.2 trillion COVID-19 relief bill before the election, but Republicans offered $900 billion. The left only agreed to that amount after their guy won the presidential election.
Freshman New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was snubbed Thursday during a private Democrat committee meeting held to decide a key House Energy and Commerce Committee seat, and it wasn't even a close vote.
Here we go again with the race for New York's 22nd Congressional District!
Incumbent Democrat Rep. Anthony Brindisi's campaign wants to count 60 rejected ballots. Republican Claudia Tenney wants to count seven ballots.
Rep. Eric Swalwell thinks he's so important that President Donald Trump would plant a Chinese spy story about him.
Axios reporter Jonathan Swan tore apart Swalwell's claim, reminding the guy that he knew Axios was working on this story in 2019.
New York State Supreme Court Judge Scott DelConte told Board of Elections officials that he would not declare a winner in New York's 22nd Congressional District and fix previous errors.
My head is still spinning.
Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been watching her majority shrink significantly as results from the 2020 election continue to come in. And now there is more bad news for her as Republicans flip yet another House seat, this time yet another one in California.
Incumbent Democrat Anthony Brindisi for New York's 22nd Congressional District leads his Republican challenger Claudia Tenney by only 13 votes.
Sources told Newsmax the Democrats' "sudden claim of victory is very misleading."
Forget the presidential election. These house races have all the drama Americans crave!
The race is important because Republican Claudia Tenney leads "incumbent Democrat Anthony Brindisi by more than 100 votes."
As the complete disaster Democrats experienced downticket continues to sink in, Democrats are scrambling to figure out how to govern with a razor-thin House majority. To that end, Nancy Pelosi's right-hand man and the number two House Democrat Steny Hoyer is floating the return of earmarks.
Not only did Republicans make big gains in the U.S. House on Election Day, but among those elected are men and women whose families fled communist and socialist countries and came to America to build better lives.
As the Democratic Party engages in a highly amusing circular firing squad over their shock loss of so many House seats, the impact of Republican gains at the state level doesn't seem to have fully dawned on them. Or if it has, they are doing what they do best, kicking that particular can down the road, a decade down the road.
Incumbent Rep. Ben McAdams (D-UT) called former football player Burgess Owens to concede their 4th Congressional District race.
The Republicans have flipped 12 seats, narrowing the Democrats majority even more after this Owens' victory.
Legal Insurrection readers may recall that in 2018, Republican contender Young Kim for the congressional district 39th seat was ahead in election-night counting. She lost the election, but accused winner Democrat Gil Cisneros of "physically tampering" with those ballots.
Now Young Kim is finally on her way to the US Congress.