Rep. Charlie Dent, R-Pa., pronounced Wednesday that the close Pennsylvania special election shows Republicans need to be prepared for a tough midterm election against surging Democrats, but pronounced Republicans in pitch states should be better prepared to face that challenge.
“I consider many Republicans comprehend we’re using into a very critical headwind — hurricane-force wind,” Dent pronounced on CNN when asked if Republicans are shaken at this point.
On Tuesday night, Democratic claimant Conor Lamb claimed a slight feat against Republican Rick Saccone in Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District, which President Trump won by 20 points in 2016.
While the counting isn’t finished and Saccone could find a relate if he loses narrowly, Dent pronounced that race should tell Republicans in “safer” seats that they need to ready some-more for worse elections this year.
“And I’ll tell you what, if you’re a Republican member in a flattering protected chair like this one was, that’s where I’d be shaken since those members are not used to using in these forms of rival situations,” Dent said.