The 2020 election was
historic for Republicans in the House of Representatives.
ALL 27 “toss-up” seats in the US House elections thanks to
President Trump’s historic landslide.
No Republicans lost reelection this year.
It wasn’t enough to take the House, but it’s enough to cause
Democrats some big worries about who will be the next Speaker of
With COVID concerns, Democrats are worried they won’t
have enough Democrats to the House chamber on January 3rd to cast
their votes for Nancy Pelosi.�
â€œDemocrats could face a dilemma on Jan. 3 in which Pelosi
locks up the Democratic support to remain Speaker, but coronavirus
concerns â€” illnesses, quarantines or otherwise â€” prevent a
sufficient number of them from being in the Capitol to log their
A failure of Pelosi to secure support from half the voting
members would, at the very least, throw the process into chaos. In
the Democratsâ€™ nightmare scenario, the math could tilt so far in
the Republicansâ€™ favor that it yields a GOP Speaker.
â€œLetâ€™s say, just theoretically, we had six or eight people
out with Covid and the Republicans have none. They probably could
elect [Kevin] McCarthy,â€ said Rep. John Yarmuth (D-Ky.),
referring to the House GOP leader.â€
Thatâ€™s all right â€“
the majority of Americans donâ€™t want Pelosi as Speaker
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