The Democrats have the White House and Congress, and they don’t even know how to push their political agenda forward. Joe Biden is dropping in the polls and Democrats are tearing themselves apart, nice to seeRejoices those who have fought for the Republicans since the election of Dwight Eisenhower to the presidency in 1953.
On Beauregard Street in Alexandria, cars sway every now and then at the sight of the red republican signs.
It must be said that Jim has a backup. Not far from his truck, two from his car
country brothers They wave their posters in Yongkin’s colors, amidst a forest of streamers.
That evening was just a corner of the street, as a second discussion took place between Glenn Youngkin and Democrat Terry McAuliffe. The first is a millionaire, supported in his race by Donald Trump, and the second is the Democratic governor of Virginia from 2014 to 2018.
The Republicans were shunned by Virginia voters for more than a decade, who favored installing Democrats in the state legislature. However, the
red You feel the wind turning in their favour.
It will be too tightJim Wilson confirms.
Certain Democratic fatigue
To the north of the state, in Leesburg, Christophe Le Ménestrel works weekly with his team. This French-American, founder of the VA Democracy Forward, has lived in Virginia for 23 years and wears the colors of the Democratic Party. wears his jacket Keep Virginia Blue.
A month ago, I thought, Terry McAuliffe, would be given. But we see Republicans are very excited, and there are a lot of people who still think that the election was stolen from them, that Trump really won and they are very excited.Get to know the activist.
One of his campaign companions, Judith Edstrom, agrees.
I must admit that the Republicans are more organized than the Democrats. We think, we analyze, we analyze, we analyze, but we do nothing. We must change, we must organize, admit.
Add to that the difficulties of recruiting volunteers and you’ll have a slight wind of panic between
We see an effect as many of the Democrats who elected Biden last year say, “Mission accomplished, we can rest a bit.”
Sadly, everything that’s going on in Congress seems off, and Biden just doesn’t seem to get things done, thus having an effect on the slightly more advanced people who have been waiting for it. Biden is quickly changing things up.
creepy doorbells with cctv camera
The key to successful reversal, according to Christophe Le Minstrel, is the good old door. But the other obstacle this Saturday is the doorbell with the security cameras.
With these cameras, the response rate at the doors drops dramatically. It’s a shame, but that’s how it is Sorry for the activist.
So the harvest was rather poor that morning. Anyway, the task
bluesAbout a month before the general election, not to persuade Republicans to vote for their candidate: There is no need to waste time persuading them, because the time has come to mobilize the Democratic electorate, which is key to winning.
What we’re seeing more and more are mixed couples, where the man is generally a republican and the woman a democrat, and so maybe we can fully convince the couple., Christophe Le Minstrel continues, adding that it’s still better
Test the water so you don’t waste too much time with it.
Talk like a narrow campaign
Several members of the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce came that evening to hear the candidates for the position of governor.
History to prove that Democrats are in control while, for the first time, poll gives a short Republican victory, Terry McAuliffe’s team isn’t too proud to share the stage with the two Republicans who came to support it.
One is David Ramadan, a former Republican elected to the state legislature, and the other is Billy Kristol, a longtime Republican who served in the Bush Sr. Today, he supports Terry McAuliffe, Democrat.
If you look at the candidates’ backgrounds and personalities, there’s no doubt that Terry McAuliffe would be a much better governor than Republican Glenn Yongkin, and much more on the right., s’exclame Billy Kristol.
This second somewhat tepid controversy saw Terry McAuliffe attempt to portray his opponent as another contender
Donald Trump Who says one thing in the countryside and another in the right radio.
Unfavorable to the compulsory vaccination of state employees, Glenn Youngkin prefers trying to prove that the Democrat is only thinking of imposing more taxes on Virginians.
Beyond the clamor, political scientist Larry Sabato, a professor at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, believes that one year before the midterm elections, this ballot will be a good test of the ability of Republican and Democratic forces to mobilize.
Traditionally, he said, when a party takes control of the White House and Congress, it loses a feather in the midterm elections, and he wouldn’t be surprised if that happened in Virginia.
The challenge for Democrats is to mobilize their base. Republicans don’t have a majority of voters in Virginia, but you know the world is run by those who voteHe said smiling.
When the right to abortion arises
Youngkin has a very beautiful family, with a very attractive appearance and is very religious., welcomes Jim Wilson, who is still seated in his truck. But what will have a decisive impact, he says, in the final weeks of the campaign, is
Possibly vaccination and abortion obligations.
The fact that abortion has returned to the center of political concerns does not go unnoticed in Virginia. After Texas, which passed a law banning the termination of any pregnancy once a heartbeat is detected, or about six weeks into the last period, the Mississippi abortion rights restriction law will soon come to find itself ahead of US Supreme Court justices.
The stakes are high, because it can overturn the famous ruling Raw vs. Wade It dates back to 1973, which guarantees some access to abortion throughout the United States.
Christophe Le Minstrelle did not hesitate to take up this issue in the hope of moving this dubious and narrow election campaign in favor of the Democrats.
The reason we don’t want to elect the Republican candidate is because he will do in Virginia what they did in Texas, for an abortion, so Virginia will go there if a Republican is elected. It’s crowding a lot of people this year, he claims.
A crackdown on this polarizing issue? Betting is risky. Democrats and Republicans have until November 2 to tip the scales in Virginia’s favour.
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