Democratic wins in Virginia could deflate Youngkin’s White House buzz
Donald Trump’s two-time Virginia campaign chair said on Tuesday that he expects the former president’s indictment on charges related to his handling of classified documents will only increase his political support.
The only meaningful election — or ballot collection process—this cycle is in Virginia. All 100 House of Delegates and 40 State Senate seats are up for grabs in November.
“If you think Winsome Sears did this without the approval of Glenn Youngkin, you’re naive,” Fredericks said. “This is his salvo to run for president. Good luck beating Team Trump in Virginia. We’ll crush him in his own state.”
Youngkin ascended to the governor’s mansion by walking a political tightrope. His boosters wonder how far that approach can take him.
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John Fredericks, claimed that the state election office had been “deeply infiltrated” by “partisan, left-wing nonprofits” — an apparent reference to the CTCL grants.
John Fredericks, a Trump-allied conservative radio show host who has had both Bell and Kiggans on his show multiple times, said that realistically Bell doesn’t stand a chance against Kiggans.
Youngkin revealed his intentions to appoint a new election commissioner in January during an interview with conservative radio host John Fredericks.
OPINION By Greg Sargent. Article courtesy of The Washington Post. Almost immediately after Glenn Youngkin unexpectedly won the Virginia gubernatorial race, some observers spied a tantalizing possibility: Youngkin might show that in today’s Trumpified GOP, there’s still a place for a center-right politics that rebuffs Donald Trump’s worst impulses and charts a new route to a […]