5.) A New Republican Star is Born
VERY IMPORTANT FACTS:— Rep. Elise Stefanik (@RepStefanik) November 19, 2019
✅Both witnesses confirmed that defensive lethal aid was provided to Ukraine by President Trump, not President Obama.
✅Both witnesses confirmed that Hunter Biden serving on the board of Burisma had the appearance of a conflict of interest. pic.twitter.com/EWe4uREXIN
New York Representative Elise Stefanik originally made a name for herself as the youngest woman elected to Congress as of 2014. The Harvard-educated Republican lawmaker has proven to be a force to be reckoned with in the impeachment inquiry.
Thanks to skyrocketing name ID and mounting frustration from triggered liberals, Stefanik's opponent has raised more than $1 million in a quixotic campaign to unseat her.
Those donors would be better off burning their money to keep warm this winter than dumping it into Stefanik's district.
Rep. Elise Stefanik (R) beat Tedra Cobb (D) 56%-42% in 2018, a terrific Dem year. And the voters who stayed home there in 2018? Overwhelmingly whites w/o college degrees, aka Trump’s base.— Dave Wasserman (@Redistrict) November 19, 2019
There are 15-20 legitimately vulnerable R House seats. #NY21 isn’t remotely one of them.
The political reality - as much as Dems wish this weren’t the case - is that #NY21 Rep. Elise Stefanik (R) is well-aligned with her North Country district, which twice voted for Obama before voting for Trump by *14%* in 2016.— Dave Wasserman (@Redistrict) November 19, 2019
She’s not vulnerable in 2020.