We looked inside some of the tweets by @Redistrict and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Keep in mind: most of the Rs likeliest to speak out *against* Trump were replaced by Democrats, and most others - like Tipton in #CO03 - are being replaced by even more pro-Trump Rs. Lesson: there is no going back to a GOP “before Trump.”
Colorado Republican Rep. Scott Tipton lost his primary Tuesday to Lauren Boebert, a gun rights activist who has also been associated with the far-right conspiracy theory known as QAnon #CO03 https://t.co/Bv5YkIJnsr
If the President meets with her and learns more about her, there's a non-zero chances she speaks at the Republican convention. https://t.co/SxQDsxRb1X
Why doesn't Boebert's nomination move the needle further in Dems' direction? Don't underestimate the disdain most #CO03 residents have for wealthy, liberal ski towns like Aspen & Steamboat Springs, which nominee Diane Mitsch Bush (D) represented in the state House.
This Western Slope district voted for Trump 52%-40% in 2016, so it's still going to be a heavy lift for Diane Mitsch Bush (D), who lost to Tipton 52%-44% in 2018. #CO03
I've seen enough: Lauren Boebert (R) has defeated Rep. Scott Tipton (R) in the #CO03 primary. Tipton becomes the fifth House incumbent to lose renomination in 2020.
Whoa: five-term #CO03 Rep. Scott Tipton (R) currently trailing primary challenger Lauren Boebert (R) 56%-44% w/ over half of vote in. Could be huge upset brewing.
If Beshear’s vote in 2019 is more determinative of how Kentucky will vote in 2020 than Trump’s vote in 2016, McConnell is in a world of trouble. https://t.co/SD5jDaC2Hx
And if Charlie Baker's vote in 2018 is more determinative of how Massachusetts will vote in 2020 than Clinton's vote in 2016, I guess Dems are in a world of trouble in MA's Senate race? https://t.co/hZzS2S5CaQ
One thing we'll never know: what the outcome would have been if McGrath (D) hadn't banked such a large lead in absentee ballots. #KYSEN
Ok, I've finally seen enough: Amy McGrath (D) has defeated Charles Booker (D) in the #KYSEN primary.
BREAKING: Louisville (Jefferson Co.) just reported in absentees. New count there: Booker (D) 88,116 McGrath (D) 52,224 Booker now up 160,103 to 139,168 statewide. But a lot of McGrath-favorable rural counties left to count. #KYSEN