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Republicans now control the Virginia House 52-48, completing their sweep of Tuesday’s elections that were seen as a referendum on Biden.
RICHMOND, Virginia (LifeSiteNews) – Republicans have won back majority control of the Virginia House of Delegates, completing a sweep of Tuesday’s elections that were widely seen as a referendum on the Biden administration.
The GOP flipped a total of seven House seats, according to election results updated Friday by the Virginia Department of Elections. The gains wiped out Democrats’ majority in the lower chamber, which stood at 55-45 before Tuesday. Republicans now control the House 52-48.
Democratic House Speaker Eileen Filler-Corn (D-Fairfax) conceded Friday evening, saying that she “will work to provide a smooth transition for the incoming speaker, and our Democratic caucus will work with the new majority in the House of Delegates and the governor’s administration to serve the best interests of all Virginians.” …