Arizona GOP Rep. Schweickert beats Democratic challenger as Republicans inch closer to House majority
The Associated Press projects that Republican Representative David Schweickert will win Arizona’s first congressional district, defeating his Democratic challenger Javin Hodge by one. narrow margin About a week after Election Day.
Democrats see Arizona’s first congressional district as an important pick-up opportunity as they fight to hold on to a slim house majority, The seat was listed on the “Red to Blue” program of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
With 214 House seats now under Republican control and 204 held by Democrats, the House majority is still left to play with 16 seats, although one Republican Path to Victory seems more plausible. Republicans just need 5 more wins to win a majority in the House.
Schweikert currently serves as the representative. Arizona’s Sixth DistrictBut because of redistribution, Arizona’s first district in this election cycle ran for election.
Six-term Congressman Schweckert achieved a Support for former President Donald Trump Leading to your primary.
Schweikert’s Democratic challenger, Javin Hodge, heads an Arizona nonprofit dedicated to child development.
The 28-year-old will be the second-youngest black Congressman serving in the House of Representatives.
Schweikert’s estimate was announced just as The Associated Press had predicted that Republican Ciscomani had won election to the US House in Arizona’s 6th Congressional District.
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