New Mexico held a by-election in the First Parliamentary District on Tuesday, with Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland and Democratic candidate Melanie Stansbury vacant by-elections. Easy to sit on At her party. Steve Kornacki, an election analyst at NBC News, explained at MSNBC on Tuesday night. Former President Biden won the district by 23 points, and Harland won the district by 16 points.
“What Republicans wanted wasn’t necessarily to get this. Obviously, they would have been excited if they could get this seat.” “Republicans wanted more realistically. It was a race closer than these two numbers, 23 points and 16 points, and preferably a “single digit race”. Expected, as the Democrats did in the by-elections ahead of the 2018 Blue Wave. Will be seen as a precursor to the Republican House of Representatives taking over in 2022.
Stansbury counts all the expected votes and 24.6 points ahead of Republican candidates“These special elections always involve a variety of situations, but Republicans hope to get a lot of talk tonight and gain momentum to show them a big middle age. Attendance, Mr. Kornatsuki said, “And it is the Democratic Party that boasts New Mexico 1.”