Dodd-Frank. Tax reform. ObamaCare “repeal and replace.” Numerous issues of importance to manufactured housing professionals could be influenced by the shakeups taking place on both sides of the D/R political divide.
The GOP is watching as veteran senators and congressional representatives are announcing they will not seek reelection.
With a mostly left-tilting mainstream media, per third party research such as what’s shown linked here, it’s the GOP splits that tend to make more headlines.
But on the Democratic side, there are fractures too. They can’t be over-emphasized, as in both the Senate and House, Democrats tend to hang together on the partisan issues.
Yet, it’s the growing scandals coming out of the 2016 race that threatens to upend some big names in Democratic politics.
The four videos shown – two from left-of-center media outlets, and two from right-of-center Fox Business – provide snapshots on issues raised last week on the Daily Business News on the Donna Brazile revelations, as well as some insights from MSNBC on how the so-called Russian dossier was bought and paid for mostly by the Clinton campaign, and the DNC.
With voting tomorrow, 2018 and 2020 on political insiders minds, these developments could shake up the Democratic landscape as much as Donald Trump has shaken up the Republican Establishment.
MHProNews is making no specific predictions or endorsements on the deep blue NJ gubernatorial contest or the VA governor’s races.
However, the VA race is in the margin of error, in a battleground state. The winner of that one will talk up that victory by whichever side wins.
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