Valadao, Denham Forced Out of the Bushes in Re-Election Bids
One of the reasons Republicans Jeff Denham and David Valadao found electoral success was their ability to keep a low national profile.
In the era of Trump, that illusion is gone, writes Jazmine Ulloa of the Los Angeles Times.
Dean Florez may have summed it up best:
“They used to hide in the bushes,” said Florez, a former Democratic state senator and assemblyman who has represented more than half of the Central Valley. Now Trump “is in the bushes with them, and he is a very noticeable guy.”
Democrats continue to be optimistic about unseating these long-standing Republicans, but they may have to change tactics to overcome unsuccessful traits of the past.
Read the full story, “Why these 2 California Republicans just keep winning.”