Democrat on Verge of Unseating Incumbent California Republican Congressman…Three Weeks After Election
Democrat T.J. Cox
A Democrat is on the verge of taking another Republican seat in California’s 21st Congressional district three weeks after the election.
Nearly three weeks after the midterm election, Democrat T.J. Cox overtook Republican incumbent Congressman David Valadao, who was up by a whopping 6.4% on election night.
Curiously, Valadao crushed T.J. Cox, a Democrat whose primary address is in Bethesda, Maryland during the primaries 2 to 1, but a late ballot count Monday put Cox ahead by 436 votes out of approximately 111,000 counted.
This exact trend of Democrats overtaking Republicans days and even weeks after election day played out in several districts across California.
All of Orange County turned blue after Republicans such as Mimi Walters, Dana Rohrabacher and Young Kim were all ahead election night only to lose their races after late ballots were counted.
Democrat blue wave? More like Democrat election fraud.
Breitbart reported that Republican turnout was stronger than Democrat turnout in the June 5th primary in all but six of those districts that the Dems overtook.
The fact that California is still counting votes almost one month after election day should alarm every American.
Republicans have election day while Democrats enjoy election month and keep counting ballots until they have won the election.
California is still counting votes, and God knows what else. There is no real excuse for elections to carry on for a month. They, and all of us, need to get our acts together.
The state with the fifth largest economy in the world has third world state and local government.
— Richard Baris (@Peoples_Pundit) November 27, 2018