HANNITY ELECTION HQ: See Sean’s 30 Most Important Races in the Country

posted by Sean Hannity - 10.24.18

American voters head to the polls in less than two weeks in the most important midterm election in generations; ending months of speculation and deciding the future of the country in hundreds of pivotal House and Senate races across the nation.

Every single seat is vital in protecting and advancing President Trump’s bold agenda for the United States and keeping his promises to the American people, yet 69 “tossup” districts will settle who controls the House of Representatives.

Below are Hannity’s 30 most important races that will decide who controls Congress this fall:

  1. California’s 10th District: GOP Jeff Denham vs. DEM Josh Harder
  2. California’s 25th District: GOP Steve Knight vs. DEM Kate Hill
  3. California’s 39th District: GOP Young Kim vs. DEM Gil Cisneros
  4. California’s 45th District: GOP Mimi Walters vs. DEM Katie Porter
  5. California’s 48th District: GOP Dana Rohrahbacher vs. DEM Harley Rouda
  6. Florida’s 26th District: GOP Carlos Curbelo vs. DEM Debbie Mucarsel-Powell
  7. Florida’s 27th District: GOP Maria Elvira Salazar vs. DEM Donna Shalala
  8. Georgia’s 7th District: GOP Rob Woodall vs. DEM Carolyn Bordeaux
  9. Iowa’s 3rd District: GOP David Young vs. DEM Cindy Axne
  10. Illinois’ 6th District: GOP Peter Roskam vs. DEM Sean Casten
  11. Kansas 2nd District: GOP Steve Watkins vs. DEM Paul Davis
  12. Kentucky’s 6th District: GOP Andy Barr vs. DEM Amy McGrath
  13. Maine’s 2nd District: GOP Bruce Poliquin vs. DEM Jared Golden
  14. Michigan’s 8th District: GOP Mike Bishop vs. DEM Elissa Slotkin
  15. Michigan’s 11th District: GOP Lena Rose Epstein vs. DEM Haley Stevens
  16. New Jersey’s 3rd District: GOP Tom MacArthur vs. DEM Andy Kim
  17. New Jersey’s 7th District: GOP Leonard Lance vs. DEM Tom Malinowski
  18. New Mexico’s 2nd District: GOP Yvette Herrell vs. Xochitl Torres Small
  19. New York’s 1st District: GOP Lee Zeldin vs. DEM Perry Gershon
  20. New York’s 19th District: GOP John Faso vs. DEM Antonio Delgado
  21. New York’s 22nd District: GOP Claudia Tenney vs. Anthony Brindisi
  22. North Carolina’s 2nd District: GOP George Holding vs. DEM Linda Coleman
  23. Pennsylvania’s 1st District: GOP Brian Fitzpatrick vs. DEM Henry Scott Wallace
  24. Texas’ 7th District: GOP John Culberson vs. DEM Lizzie Fletcher
  25. Texas’ 32nd District: GOP Pete Sessions vs. DEM Colin Allred
  26. Utah’s 4th District: GOP Mia Love vs. DEM Ben McAdams
  27. Virginia’s 5th District GOP Denver Riggleman vs. DEM Leslie Cockburn
  28. Virginia’s 7th District: GOP Dave Brat vs. DEM Abigail Spanberger
  29. Virginia’s 10th District: GOP Barbara Comstock vs. DEM Jennifer Wexton
  30. Washington’s 8th District: GOP Dino Rossi vs. DEM Kim Schrier


posted by Hannity Staff - 7.09.18

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi doubled-down on her anti-Trump rhetoric this week, saying “civilization as we know it as at risk” should the Republicans continue to lead Congress following the 2018 midterm elections.

Pelosi was speaking with Rolling Stone magazine when she was asked to comment on how the Democrats were prepared to flip districts won by President Trump in 2016; saying “How do you narrow it down?”

“Civilization as we know it today is at risk in this election. We have to win. We have to win. So you can’t spread your money too thinly, because you can run the risk,” said the leading Democrat.

“If the election were today – no question we would win. But you have to be aware of the undercurrents. Because you don’t know what can come along – and what comes along eclipses what you’re doing,” she added.

Pelosi’s comments come as the over-hyped “blue wave” predicted for this November continues to crash and burn, with some polls showing the once double-digit Democrat advantage reduced to just a few points.

Read the full interview at Rolling Stone.

BACK OFF: Moderate Dems Urge NY SOCIALIST to ‘Cool It’ Before 2018 Midterms

posted by Hannity Staff - 7.17.18

New York socialist candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez found herself in hot water among her fellow Democrats this week, with liberal legislators telling the left-wing superstar to “cool it” before the 2018 midterm elections.

Cortez made national headlines this week after she suddenly referred to Israeli settlers as the “occupiers of Palestine” during a recent interview; sparking a fierce backlash from her moderate colleagues

“She’s carrying on and she ain’t gonna make friends that way,” Rep. Bill Pascrell told the Hill. “Joe conceded, wished her well, said he would support her … so she doesn’t know what the hell she’s talking about.”

When pressed on whether Cortez was ruffling feathers among her fellow Democrats, Pascrell didn’t hold back.

“Yes,” he said. “No doubt about it.”

“Meteors fizz out,” added Democratic Rep. Hastings. “What she will learn in this institution is that it’s glacial to begin with, and therefore no matter how far you rise, that’s just how far you will ultimately get your comeuppance.”

Read the full story at the Hill.

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