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originally posted by: soberbacchus
a reply to: theantediluvian
The late-August indictment is a huge problem for California Republicans. Unless Hunter were to pass away in the next 10 days - Aug. 31 - there is no way to replace him on the ballot this November, according to the California Secretary of State's office. There is also no write-in option under state law.
While the San Diego-based district is solidly Republican and Hunter was moving toward reelection despite his legal problems, Tuesday's indictment may cost the GOP a badly needed House seat in a potential wave-election year favoring Democrats.
So what do you think?
The GOP going to knock this guy off?
In socialism the goal is quality of life, so it's easier to achieve versus getting all the money in the world.