It Happened In New Mexico Too – Republican Wins Then Loses Congressional Seat After More Votes “Found”

As many others have said already, it sure feels like Democrats are using the 2018 Midterms to see how far they can push election theft come 2020.

New Mexico’s District 2 has been a Republican stronghold for many years. In 2016 the Republican won the congressional seat over his Democrat opponent by more than 20 points. Donald Trump carried it by ten points.

Inexplicably in 2018, the Democrat candidate won due to an unusually large Democrat voter turnout on the southern portion of the district, most notably the Las Cruces area where the Democrat candidate led her Republican counterpart by nearly 30%. It seems some 1300 more Democrat votes were cast in the Las Cruces area in 2018 than the 2016 General Election, a larger than normal off-year election vote tally that is mirrored in neighboring border counties that went overwhelmingly for the Democrat. Throughout District 2 it appears Republican voter turnout was down while Democrat voter turnout was up – way up. So far up, in fact, to change a historically Republican stronghold to Democrat.

The District 2 Republican candidate, Yvette Herrell, is said to be considering an election tampering lawsuit. Her Democrat opponent and the Establishment Media have declared her Democrat opponent, Xochitl Torres Small, the clear winner.

What took place in New Mexico is remarkably similar to the odd voting patterns that also happened in Arizona where border county voter turnout was both remarkably high and overwhelmingly Democrat leading many to wonder how many of those votes were in fact cast by non-citizens.