Wednesday , March 3 2021

The house wins part of a major reorganization in southern California

LOS ANGELES – Democrat Gil Cisneros closed the seat of the American House in South California on Saturday, which included a democratic trip in which the party collected six congressional seats in the country.

In the last tie at the California House, California, Cisneros defeated Young Young Republican for 39th place in the country. The victory of Cisneros is cementing a staggering political redeployment that will leave an enormous urban area in Los Angeles under democratic parliamentary control.

With Kim's defeat, four Republican house quarters, partly or partly in Orange County, California, a once-nationally-recognized GOP southeast of Los Angeles, will be shifted to one of the Democrats columns in one election. The change means that the district – the city of Richard Nixon and the city of his presidential library – would have only democrats who will represent their people next year in Washington.

Democrats recently picked up the latest Republican House, which was anchored in Los Angeles County, when Democrats Katie Hill fired the republican tail. Steve Knight.

With other profits – the Republicans also lost their seat in the Central Valley Farm – Democrats will have 45-8 goods in California, the United States. House seats next year.

The district was one of seven targeted by the Democrats in California after Hillary Clinton wore them in the presidential election in 2016.

Cisneros, a $ 47, $ 266 million winner of a lottery jackpot, was imprisoned in a nearby match with Kim in a district that was becoming more and more diverse. It is equally divided between Republicans, Democrats and independent, just like the Asian, Latin American and the White.

Kim, 55, a former state legislator, has been working for the retirement of the republican republic for years. Ed Royce, who left the seat and confirmed her.

In a country where President Donald Trump is unpopular, Kim tried to create a distance with the White House on trade and health care. Her immigrant background – and gender – expressed her in a political party whose leaders in Washington are mostly older white men.

"I'm a different candidate," she said.

It was not enough. Democratic ads represented it as a bribe to Trump, who wanted to carry out his agenda.

Cisneros, the first candidate, described interest in Congress as an extension of his time in the army – he said that it was a public service. He runs charities with his wife.

In health care he talked about his mother, who went without insurance for 16 years. "This would not happen in this country," he said.

While the election had mixed results around the US, it confirmed California's reputation as a democratic stronghold.

Democrats are on the right track to have every state office – again. The party has legislative power in both homes – and 3.7 million benefits in registering voters.

There was no Republican in the vote for the US Senate.

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