Two candidates square off for the chance to replace retiring U.S. Rep. Bill Flores in Congress.
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“The WHO’s attack on travel restrictions put political correctness above life-saving measures.”
The most visible split of the evening came when the moderators asked if the candidates would join the Freedom Caucus.
George Hindman is the latest entrant into the race to replace Rep. Bill Flores (R–Bryan).
Republicans won CD-17, currently held by Rep. Bill Flores, by 15 points in 2018.
Texas is going to be the key to determining whether the Republicans will have a chance to reclaim the U.S. House majority.
While it might sound good in Washington, impeachment proceedings might not be welcome at home for some congressmen.
“Chairman Nadler has said publicly he is ‘impeaching the president – right now,’ and has clearly initiated the impeachment process, in direct violation of the law.”
Flores was first elected in the 2010 midterm election “tea party wave.”
A number of them took to Twitter to explain their disappointment and reasoning for voting against the proposal.