Democrats Are Retiring In Droves Out Of Fear Of November Elections

Yet another House Democrat announced his retirement Monday, the latest in a slew that have called it quits in recent months.

Republicans say Democrats are moving on because they know the November midterms will feature big losses for the left.

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The National Republican Congressional Committee touted the ABC poll, pointing out “Six in 10 Americans report inflation hardships and three-quarters say the economy is in bad shape. Voters trust Republicans over Democrats to handle the economy by nearly 20-points.”

“It’s been obvious for months that vulnerable Democrats have a choice: retire or lose,” said NRCC Spokesman Mike Berg.

ABC reported on the poll:

A career-low 37% of Americans approve of Biden’s job performance overall, with 55% disapproving. That includes just 30% approval among political independents and 10% from Republicans. Even in his own party, nearly a quarter of Democrats either disapprove of Biden (19%) or are withholding judgment (4%).

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