The Ruling Is In: The Red Wave Is Coming To North Carolina | Beaufort County Now | As RNC Chairman Ronna McDaniel put it, the “ red wave has begun ,” and its it’s foreshadowing what the 2022 midterms will look like for Democrats in North Carolina.

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    As RNC Chairman Ronna McDaniel put it, the " red wave has begun ," and its it's foreshadowing what the 2022 midterms will look like for Democrats in North Carolina.

    Everybody knows it:

  • Raleigh News & Observer: Virginia election results show what may be in store in NC's Senate race next year
  • Carolina Journal : Youngkin's win in Virginia could serve as a roadmap for a Republican strategy next year in North Carolina.
  • Raleigh News & Observer: If disappointment with Biden drains suburban support for McAuliffe, North Carolina Democrats may have trouble fully harnessing that vote in the 2022 Senate race.
  • WTVD: The 2022 midterm elections were already high stakes, but with major Republican victories in nearby Virginia, the Tar Heel State will undoubtedly be the next national battleground.
  • The Hill : House GOP campaign arm expands target list after brutal night for Dems
  • CNN : Democrats are in need of a reckoning after misjudging the nation's mood
  • Axios : Voters punish Democrats amid left drift
  • Politico Playbook: Let the Democratic freakout begin
  • The New York Times: Democratic Panic Rises as Virginia Loss Exposes the Party's Failures
  • The Associated Press: Takeaways from Tuesday's elections: Bad omens for Democrats
  • CNN: Alice Stewart : A bad omen for Democrats
  • The Wall Street Journal: Editorial Board: A Thumping in Virginia
  • Los Angeles Times : Biden returns from Europe to Democratic turmoil over Virginia election loss

    The kicker, even Kamala Harris knows it: "What happens in Virginia will in large part determine what happens in 2022, 2024, and on."


    Newsflash for Democrats: swampy socialist policies that raise taxes, kill jobs, increase prices, defund our police, open our borders, weaken parents, and force indoctrination into our schools are NOT POPULAR.

    Commentators and reporters across the spectrum got the message. Will North Carolina Democrats?

    Contact: Alex Nolley

    North Carolina Communications Director

    Republican National Committee

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