The Hotline: “If Jon Ossoff’s loss in Georgia was the canary in the 2018 coal mine, Tuesday’s result in North Carolina’s 9th District may be the car wreck for rubbernecking Republicans on the road to 2020. The result indicates that the drastic realignment that unfolded in direct response to President Trump hasn’t reverted. And that should be worrisome for a GOP that, after losing suburban seats across the country, hopes next year to cut into the Democratic House majority, retain Senate control, and reelect its president.”Save to Favorites
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