The Republicans think that if Hillary Clinton gets involved in the 2018 elections, she could just be the gift that keeps on giving. On the Democrat side, there are some pundits that agree with the theory that she would be a detriment, not an asset. There are others who look at her role in certain areas and see her as the Grinch who could steal elections from the GOP. Hillary will also be looking at it from the standpoint of what does she gain by being involved?
As Written By Matt Vespa for Townhall:
The Democratic advantage heading into the 2018 midterms is immense (for now). Anything can happen. We have the political equivalent of two millennia before voters are off to the polls on Election Day next year, but Democrats are mulling their own base strategy. For Republicans, they’ve passed tax reform. Middle class families will see relief. Despite the hyperbole on the Left about this bill, 80 percent of Americans for the next eight years will be paying less in taxes. It should give the GOP’s base something to be excited about concerning a rather sluggish legislative year. Now, we have the most extensive tax reform in 30 years. It’s bound to become more popular, so we’ll see what happens next. Yet, with Democrats, they’re deciding how to use their two-time presidential loser, Hillary Rodham Clinton to get their side excited.
In six 2017 special elections, Dems won an average of 71% of Clinton’s 2016 votes, Rs just 55% of Trump’s 2016 votes. pic.twitter.com/iWVlwe1pWO
— Dave Wasserman (@Redistrict) December 15, 2017
Democrats have a lot to be hopeful about; Trump’s approval ratings aren’t the best (though they could rebound for sure), the generic ballot advantage, and most importantly turnout thus far in special elections. In the six we’ve had in…..
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