Republican flips Iowa seat with only 6 votes! Nancy will be MAD!


Iowa Republican candidate Marianette Miller-Meeks won by only six votes. This is a flip. A retiring Democrat held the seat.

It is important to make certain our elections are secure, and every eligible voter must get out and vote.

The Iowa City Press-Citizen reported won by 6 votes despite a recount in Clinton County. The vote will go to a state canvassing board Monday to be certified, making Miller-Meeks the official winner.

In a statement, Hart’s campaign manager, Zach Meunier, did not say whether the campaign will file a legal challenge in the race, the closest House election in the nation. That would trigger a review by a judicial panel and cast continued uncertainty over the outcome.

“When we began this recount Rita Hart was down by 47 votes,” Meunier said. “As more ballots have been counted, the margin has narrowed dramatically and is now down to a mere 6 votes — making this the closest Congressional race in recent history, and one of the very closest in the last hundred years.

Tough, and poor Nancy. If they had only manufactured seven fake ballots, they would have kept the seat. Her allies tried everything to stop Dr. Miller-Meeks.

She’s a super candidate:

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