Do you believe that a person with your political beliefs is electable in your congressional district?
Maybe, but I doubt it. I am a strong proponent for all measures protecting local wildlife, for properly timed traffic signals with legal warnings about cameras, and solar panels on every possible roof. I am against fracking because the Florida aquifer is delicate, and against oil drilling and pipelines that could spill and damage our beautiful beaches. While I think most Floridians want these things, they seem to vote oppositely.
I like those things as well and would vote for a Democrat campaigning on such issues, but Democrats are simply too far left on basically every other issue.
Yay! I have one voter!
I promise not to run as a democrat, or as a republican.
No, I'd find it disappointing.
Maybe, it'd be a close race.
It would be nice to see a breakdown of the results by district.
Not all of them.
No, I don't think a communist could ever get elected 😂
Don't you live in Massachusetts? Commies are totally electable there! 😂
Impossible. Left wing unionists dominate. If you don't kiss their ass, you'll go nowhere politically.
More or less, we have one.
Definitely. My Governor and all my Representatives are conservative.
Yes, now that I live in Florida! It wasn't that way when I lived in Western New York, the welfare state.
Yes, because Arizona's 6th District is extremely conservative. The district encompasses most of Phoenix's northeastern suburbs, and also includes the communities of Cave Creek, Carefree, North Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, and Fountain Hills. Our current representative is David Schweikert, and he is an ultra conservative member of the House Freedom Caucus. He won reelection in 2016 with 62% of the vote.