Tom Suozzi wins George Santos' seat. What does this mean for the House?

Feb 14, 2024 View Original Article
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  • Politician Portrayal

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"Special elections are still to be held for Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., Bill Johnson, R-Ohio, and Brian Higgins, D-N.Y.Suozzi may have the ability to sway the House on the recent $118 billion border deal which passed the Senate Tuesday morning, which Suozzi said he would support, as the New York Post reported."
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-2% Liberal
"Special elections are still to be held for Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., Bill Johnson, R-Ohio, and Brian Higgins, D-N.Y.Suozzi may have the ability to sway the House on the recent $118 billion border deal which passed the Senate Tuesday morning, which Suozzi said he would support, as the New York Post reported."
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-2% Liberal
"Special elections are still to be held for Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., Bill Johnson, R-Ohio, and Brian Higgins, D-N.Y.Suozzi may have the ability to sway the House on the recent $118 billion border deal which passed the Senate Tuesday morning, which Suozzi said he would support, as the New York Post reported."
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-2% Liberal
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