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Republican Women Made Big Gains in the House. Here’s Why.


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Republican Women Made Big Gains in the House. Here’s Why.
by Grace GedyeNovember 5, 2020


Fundraising, planning, and getting involved in primaries were key to their success this week.


House Republican women have broken a record. In 2021, the largest ever freshman class of GOP women will take seats in the chamber. In fact, the cohort of Republican women in the  House may double in size when new members arrive in January.


At least 23 Republican women were elected to the House this week, 13 of whom will be new to Congress, according to data from the Center for Women and American Politics at Rutgers University. Several won swing districts that had flipped blue in 2018. Eight Republican women have been elected to the next Senate, and if Georgia’s Kelley Loeffler holds on to her seat, they will match their current record of nine sitting women Senators.


The Democrat monkeys:
"Republicans hate women."


Just one more lie by the left exposed. 

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