2020 Election Update - Middle Resolution

December 7, 2020

2020 Election Update

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f you’re looking for some good news, we have it! Despite what the mainstream media told us we should expect on Election Day, Republicans did extremely well across the country on Nov. 3rd. As of today, the Republicans flipped 10 seats in the House of Representatives. There are still two House seats undetermined and Republicans lead in those races. If the Republicans win these seats, they will have 213 to the Democrats’ 222. Although not a majority, this will greatly reduce Speaker Pelosi’s power and set Republicans up to regain the majority in 2022. These victories tell us that voters are not buying the socialist message the Democrats are trying to sell to the American public.

On the state level, it was predicted that Republicans could lose several of the state chambers across the country. Once again, Republicans showed they can prevail under hostile conditions. Republicans gained two trifectas—single-party control of the governorship and both state legislative chambers—in two states: New Hampshire and Montana. This is especially important for two reasons: 1) state legislatures are often the “farm team” for federal candidates, and 2) 2021 is a redistricting year for states which means redistricting will favor the GOP. That’s a massive, Republican win.

The Presidential election results are still not official. The Electoral College is scheduled to meet on Dec. 14th to elect the President and Vice President. Although the press has ordained Joe Biden as the winner, he has not yet been elected by the Electoral College Board.

There are court battles and recounts in six states: Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, Nevada, Michigan, and Wisconsin. Contrary to what you might hear in the press, Arizona, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Georgia have had legislative committee hearings to interview eye witnesses who saw fraud and to hear from experts who have identified ballot corruption. In Georgia, a judge has impounded three voting machines so forensic scientists can investigate those machines. In Arizona, a judge is allowing the recount of one hundred ballots to validate signatures. In several of these states, lawmakers are calling for Resolutions to hold back the Electoral College vote until all of the fraud can be investigated. These are just a few of the examples of what is going on in these states.


As you are probably aware, right now the Republicans hold a 50-48 advantage in the U.S. Senate. There are two run-off races in Georgia that will be determined on January 5, 2021. It is critical that the Republicans hold these two seats to provide Republicans with a backstop to any of the far-left bills the House tries to get to the President. There are several opportunities to volunteer to ensure the Republicans win these U.S. Senate seats in GA. We have listed contact information below if you are interested.

Heritage Action Volunteer Opportunity

Tea Party Patriots Volunteer Opportunity

We have seen what one-party rule has done to Virginia and we cannot let this happen to our country! These races are critical! Republicans must hold the U.S. Senate to prevent one-party rule in D.C. Please consider joining volunteers from all over the country who are making calls or heading to Georgia to get out the vote for Purdue and Loeffler!

On to Victory,

Craig DiSesa
The Middle Resolution

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