Nancy Pelosi owns a winery in Napa Valley, most people don’t know that, nor do they know she is one of the richest members of Congress.
The Dems have spent the last two years trying desperately to make the case that Trump is unfit and the need to get back to power in 2018.
For a while as the nation transitioned to a new administration, and because historically the President loses badly in his first midterm, the Democrats congressional numbers were high.
Not anymore. America has seen Pelosi and they don;t want her reign of terror again in DC.
From the Hill:
Republicans hold a slim lead over Democrats in a generic ballot among registered voters, a new Reuters poll found, marking the first time the survey showed the GOP ahead in this election cycle.
The poll showed 38.1 percent of registered voters said they would vote for a Republican candidate if midterm elections were held today, compared to just under 37 percent who said they’d vote for a Democrat.
he new poll was conducted on May 17 and surveyed 1,338 registered voters.
For the week ending May 20, pollsters also found that Republicans held a nearly 6-point advantage over Democrats. That marked a 9-point swing from the previous week, when Democrats held a 3-point lead among registered voters.
The results are a stark contrast to previous polls, which showed Democrats with a 10-point edge as of late April.
The Reuters poll reflects a larger trend of Republicans closing the gap in the generic ballot.