in the vicinityVideoRep. Katie Hill resigns because of a “misogynist culture”
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The two-term Republican, ousted in 2018 by Katie Hill reports on its website on Sunday that he will try to win back his old seat.
“I’m proud of it, back to the public service, and to provide the type of representation that has earned our district,” Steve Knight posted on his website.
Hill defeated the knights by 9 points in California 25 district in November. Hill-a centrist– was seen as a rising Democratic star, therefore, because the district carried as one of the few in the state that could be a Republican.
Henry Olsen, a columnist for the Washington Post, wrote a piece in the last month, the question of whether or not the state of new opening was “” the doors to the Republicans. He noted that the district is a Republican stronghold before President Trump. He also urged the election—that is likely to occur at the 3. In March, a possible indicator for the Republicans.
“The Republicans have no chance of retaking the house, if she is not sitting like a mountain, repeat, eviction,” wrote Olsen.
Hill resigned from her seat last month, after they explicit said private photos of her with a campaign staffer was “offensive” of her husband and political activists.
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Hill had admitted “errors in judgment” that Pelosi said, made her continued service in Congress “untenable.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report