Hunter’s Delayed Resignation Silences Voice of the 50th District for Too Long

Carl DeMaio Carl DeMaio 1 Comment

Share

Carl DeMaio also offers the following statement:

“By intentionally delaying his resignation past the deadline for the calling of a Special Election, Congressman Duncan Hunter is silencing the voice of the voters of the 50th District for a full year in Congress. The voters of the 50th District deserve having their voice back in Congress as soon as possible and only a Special Election can give the voters a voice again. I urge Congressman Hunter to reconsider the timing of his resignation to provide a better and more expeditious transition of his office.”

Share

Comments 1

  1. @Carl. I am confused about your comment.
    “..The voters of the 50th District deserve having their voice back in Congress as soon as possible and only a Special Election can give the voters a voice again…”
    Which voices?
    The Democrat majority in the House has silenced ALL Republican voices. Having a very costly special election won’t get those voices represented at Congress so why demand it? The voters in the 2020 election will determine the majority party in the House and Senate.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *