At long last, the election win was just confirmed and Republicans are cheering. Democrats have lost another one — and this is just the beginning.
Democrat Rita Hart of Iowa has dropped her partisan push to unseat Rep. Marianette Miller-Meeks (R-IA). Hart lost the race by only six votes in November, but Iowa certified the election.
Since then, Hart has been trying to get Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and the Committee on House Administration “to overturn the state-certified election,” reported Breitbart News.
However, Miller-Meeks was “sworn in, without contest, with the rest of the 117th Congress in January,” continued Breitbart. Pelosi even sent her a congratulations letter.
But with a razor-thin Democrat majority of five members, Pelosi was getting desperate and nearly went through with Hart’s request. Hart finally wised up and decided not to go through with it.
“I received a gracious phone call from Rita Hart this afternoon indicating she was going to drop the contest,” said Miller-Meeks in a statement. She also released a video thanking Iowans for their support.
Read the full story here.