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TWO Top Democrats Just Called It QUITS

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Within his own political party, President Joe Biden is currently facing a substantial decrease in his approval rating. As per a recent Gallup poll, substantial declines in double digits have been observed throughout the previous month.

According to the pollsters, “President Joe Biden’s job approval rating among Democrats has tumbled 11 percentage points in the past month to 75%, the worst reading of his presidency from his own party. This drop has pushed his overall approval rating down four points to 37%, matching his personal low.”

Simultaneously, the poll indicates “Biden’s approval among independents has declined four points, to 35%, while Republicans’ rating remains unchanged, at just 5%.”

The Democratic Party is confronted with further setbacks due to the announcements of resignations by two members of the House of Representatives. This occurrence ensues subsequent to a turbulent month during which Representative Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) was removed from his speakership and subsequently succeeded by Representative Mike Johnson (R-LA).

On October 26, Representative John Sarbanes, a Democrat representing Maryland, made a public declaration of his intention to complete his term in Congress in 2025. This development signifies the culmination of an almost two-decade-long tenure in Congress. As of the date of this declaration, Sarbanes has reached the age of 61.

“With that in mind, I have decided not to seek re-election in 2024. While I am making this announcement today—specifically for the benefit of candidates interested in running for my seat in next year’s election—I’m not going anywhere for the next fourteen months. That’s what’s left in my term and I’m committed to finishing strong,” he noted.

Sarbanes has previous experience working for nonprofit organizations before his successful election to the House of Representatives in 2007. He has expressed a strong inclination towards returning to this line of work, expressing a desire to “explore the numerous opportunities to serve that exist outside of elected office.”

Jackson declared his intention to seek the office of attorney general in North Carolina with the objective of combating “political corruption” in a video statement.

Jackson’s action was prompted by the redistricting process in North Carolina, which received official approval from the Republican-controlled state legislature on Wednesday. The revised strategy involves the redistribution of certain Democratic-controlled districts in a manner that benefits the Republican Party.

The region under consideration comprises a significant portion of Charlotte and is officially designated as the 14th congressional district of North Carolina.

The recently generated map is susceptible to possible legal conflicts.

At present, the 66-year-old Kathy Manning (D-NC) and the 47-year-old Wiley Nickel (D-NC) are confronted with progressively more formidable challenges. Mr. Nickel declared his intention to refrain from engaging in any electoral contests that occur within districts that have been impacted by gerrymandering, as stated in his official statement. Additionally, he stated his intention to evaluate his candidacy’s viability until “the courts have spoken.” Ms. Manning stated prior to the voting process that the strategic placement of the map was intended “to secure additional House seats for the Republicans, thereby ensuring their continued majority in the U.S. House of Representatives.” Furthermore, she articulated her dedication “to guarantee that the citizens of North Carolina are provided with the representation that is rightfully theirs.”

The control of the House of Representatives has been transferred to the Republican Party, which currently has 221 members. 212 seats are presently held by the Democratic Party. There are presently two vacancies available.

Sarbanes is the representative for the third congressional district of Maryland. The political climate of the state of Maryland is predominately Democratic, as the results of the most recent election serve as proof. In this election, Sarbanes emerged triumphant, amassing a significant sixty percent of the overall ballots and thus establishing a comfortable margin of victory.

Political handicappers have projected that the Democratic Party will maintain its majority in an election involving this candidate.

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