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Latest Districting Ruling May Spell The End For GOP Congressional Power

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The recent districting ruling in New York could lead to Republicans losing control of the U.S. House of Representatives in 2024.

This ruling, combined with retirements and redistricting, poses a significant challenge to the GOP’s majority.

Republican strategist Susan Del Percio predicts that Republicans may lose the House majority in 2024 due to these changes. (Trending: Devastating News For Hunter Biden After Defying Subpoena)

Additionally, polling suggests that former President Donald Trump holds a lead over President Joe Biden in several key battleground states, potentially impacting the 2024 presidential election.

“Come January 1st, there is going to be a two-seat majority for Republicans, and they need every vote they can get,” Del Percio said.

“Frankly, I don’t see how they hold on to the House. Of the six districts, three are competitive. Two are most likely to flip. So it will change that landscape.”

“And I think it will lead to a [House Minority Leader] Hakeem Jeffries speakership. Let’s put it that way.”

“The economy and health care are the only two issues of those surveyed that at least 6 in 10 voters in each swing state deem ‘very’ important in deciding who to vote for in the November 2024 presidential election,” Morning Consult noted.

“Trump has a clear lead with swing-state voters when it comes to the economy—a higher share of voters in each of the swing states say they trust Trump on this issue more than Biden.”

“The picture is more mixed for health care. Though all differences fall within each state’s margin of error, in five of the seven swing states, Biden has a slight edge over Trump on this issue (+1 point in Arizona, +7 in Michigan, +3 in Nevada, +4 in Pennsylvania, and +4 in Wisconsin).”

“Trump has the edge in the remaining two (+1 in Georgia and +5 in North Carolina),” the report added.

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