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Coin toss win for Republicans in House of Delegates


Regular Member
Sep 12, 2007
Newport News, Virginia, USA
Wow. Better to be lucky than good. Republicans retain House of Delegates today with a coin toss win. (I know, not literally a coin toss, but the same effect)

Will Republicans retain the House againin 2019 with Timmy on the ballot for the Dems? This will be a hard fought election, without the pathetic Ralph Northam as the Dem standard holder.

The 2019 elections will determine who controls the 2020 gerrymandering process in Virginia, something with 10 years of consequences.
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