Republican Super PAC Removes Support For Two Incumbents Trailing In Midterms!

Republican Super PAC Removes Support For Two Incumbents Trailing In Midterms!
House Speaker Paul Ryan's group is cutting ties with some incumbents across America

Two incumbents are in trouble for the 2018 midterms, and a major Republican Super PAC The has just left them alone.

House Speaker Paul Ryan has decided to pool resources from two incumbent Republicans who were fighting for their political lives.

Reps. Mike Coffman and Mike Bishop ared having a hard time trying to gain traction in their reelection races. With the 2018 midterms about a month or so away,  Ryan who is heavily associated with shelling out the dollars doesn’t see this as a win-win anymore.

You would think that these candidates would have it easy, especially with the economy being in so good right now. As I have said on my radio show many times, Pres. Trump laid the foundation for all of these candidates to use, but it doesn’t seem like any of them want to use it. If you are running for reelection knew that unemployment was down, jobs will come back to the United States, and foreign countries were respecting you again, I would think that would make it easy for you to use that information to craft the message against your opponent,  these hardheaded candidates just won’t learn.

Source: The Hill

The ad time was meant to defend Reps. Mike Coffman (R-Colo.) and Mike Bishop (R-Mich.). Internal and public polls show both longtime Republicans trailing in their reelection bids weeks out from the midterms.

Coffman has long been a target of Colorado Democrats, who have sent some of their best-known and best-funded state legislative leaders to stand and fall against him. Hillary Clinton won Coffman’s district by a 9-point margin in 2016.

This year, he faces a first-time candidate, attorney Jason Crow. A Siena College poll conducted for The New York Times showed Crow leading 51 percent to 40 percent.

The CLF, which has spent more on behalf of Republican candidates than any other group or party organization, had already spent $1.5 million to boost Coffman, a four-term congressman.

Bishop is a newer target for Democrats. He represents parts of Oakland County, Mich., the traditional home of the Reagan Republican, in a district that voted for President Trump by a 7-point margin. He faces Elissa Slotkin, a former assistant secretary of Defense in the Obama administration.

Trump supporters have been promoting the red wave for the midterms. What do you think they would say if they found out that the House GOP was cutting funds to some of their incumbents?

This is the time to fight, not tuck and run.  Pres. Trump needs all the Republicans with a  MAGA mindset to help make this country great again.

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