A Look At Elections: Outlier Races Will Teach A Lesson

I just cannot comprehend why conservatives and Republicans are so concerned about the outcome of Tuesday night.

In some of these states and counties, officials are still processing ballots, which is a terrible delay.

California’s tallying will take an additional 35 days, so allow that to soak in. Currently, we have a greater lead than we do a deficit.

By this weekend, it is likely that we’ll learn who won the Arizona and Nevada gubernatorial and senate races, the size of the Republican majority within the House of Representatives, and if the Republicans have reclaimed the Senate or have a reasonable shot of doing so.

Why So Many Issues?

Obviously, there are still significant issues regarding our elections that should be recognized and handled, and the victories to date are not by any means a Red Wave. Nevertheless, we must recognize and celebrate the following:

National policy has been effectively challenged inside the Republican-dominated executive branches of government. Examine the record of Missouri Attorney General and soon-to-be Senator-elect Eric Schmitt for evidence.

There are Republican governors in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Iowa, Idaho, Ohio, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, and Wyoming.

Atypical candidates are influencing the majority in the House and may give the Republicans the Senate.

Who are these individuals and who stands out? Folks have not bothered to listen to them, or they have give them consideration for the incorrect things. The legacy media, GOP-e, and commonplace strategists are, as always, overlooking the point.

Outlier Results Show GOP Path Forward

Contemplate Monica De La Cruz, the newly-elected representative for Texas’s 15th congressional district. De La Cruz ran on a platform of border protection, small business assistance, and fiscal prudence. CNN and Fox News were fixated on the fact that she is a “Latina” contender while claiming excitedly that Hispanics were defecting from Democrats to Republicans.

As is the case with Hispanics (as well as other value supporters), it focuses less on the party and more focused on the outcomes.

Numerous generational proprietors of small businesses in De La Cruz’s area in South Texas have been negatively impacted not just by the Biden administration’s disregard for the border problem, but also by federal rules that have hindered their enterprises’ growth and expansion.

De La Cruz’s ambitions were inspired by the former president, who was (and remains) a major influence.

De La Cruz’s Beliefs

Seeing her first Trump political rally motivated De La Cruz to pursue a career in politics.

De La Cruz stated that she was preoccupied bringing up a family and growing my business. Trump attracted her focus to public affairs and what was occurring in Washington, DC.

The entrepreneurial insurance broker and mother of two states that her family, especially her “abuelita,” has voted against Republicans for decades.

She went on to talk about how this region has been governed by Democrats for nearly a century, and they can see that they have done nothing for them.

They have deserted Latinos, and Latinos are realizing that their ideals of religion, community, and freedom coincide more closely with those of the Republican Party.”

Hispanics Side With Republicans

Michelle Vallejo, her competitor, is an unapologetic progressive. Democrats erroneously believe that this style of governance will succeed in Texas since it is popular in Los Angeles and New York.

Vallejo is campaigning for ensuring abortion rights, increasing Medicaid and Medicare, and boosting the minimum wage to $15 per hour in a region that typically choses moderate Democrats.

She overcame her primary opponent by only 35 points and is advocating for these issues.

Make no mistake: the path forward for the GOP lies in stories like that of De La Cruz.