It's Official: Not One Single House Republican Lost Reelection

In a year when Democrats insisted that a "blue wave" was coming, not a single Republican House member lost their bid for reelection in 2020. Even better, Republicans flipped 4 seats in the liberal stronghold of California.

2020 has also been a historic year for GOP women in the House.

Yet another GOP woman, Dr. Mariannette Miller-Meeks, officially won her race on Monday!

As a result of the gains made by the GOP in the House, Illinois Representative Cheri Bustos stepped down as the Chair of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC): 

In a leaked call with Bustos, Pelosi, and the House Democratic caucus, moderate members fumed over the party’s decision to embrace socialism and extreme calls to “Defund Police,” costing them seats once voters learned of their ultimate plans.

“No one should say ‘defund the police’ ever again,” said Virginia Rep. Abigail Spanberger, who narrowly pulled out a second term with a two-point win in the Richmond suburbs. “Nobody should be talking about socialism.”

Congratulations to all the new and returning Republican members of the House. We look forward to working with you!