Indiana GOP Rep. Trey Hollingsworth, a supporter of President Donald Trump, has announced that he will not be running for re-election in November, citing his pledge to limit his terms in office.
Hollingsworth’s southern Indiana-based district is safely Republican at R+16, so it should remain conservative.
“I took a pledge to limit my own terms to four because of this very idea: to remind me to focus on the people and that serving the public wasn’t intended to be a career by our founders,” he said in an op-ed with IndyStar.
Nearly 30 House Democrats have announced that they will not seek re-election this cycle.
Three-quarters of senior Capitol Hill aides think Republicans are going to win back control of the House of Representatives in the 2022 midterm elections.
Punchbowl News surveyed several senior Capitol Hill aides and reported that a whopping 73 percent think Republicans will take the speaker’s gavel from Democrat Rep. Nancy Pelosi next November.
A top House Democrat is warning that the Republican Party is in a prime position to take back the lower chamber in the 2022 midterm elections.
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chairman Sean Patrick, who serves as a congressman from New York, says Democrats would lose their House majority if the midterms were held today.
Tim Persico, executive director of the Maloney-led DCCC, shared data with incumbents showing that several House Democrats are at risk of losing their seats to Republican challengers.
And the once-in-a-decade redistricting process – pegged to the 2020 census – is expected to generally favor Republicans over Democrats.
Former Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy also predicted that Republicans are going to win back control of the House next November.
This is an excerpt from Conservative Brief.
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