REPORT: Voters In Western Pennsylvania Are Fleeing The Democratic Party To Become Republicans

Thousands of voters in western Pennsylvania are leaving the Democratic party to become Republicans in the months leading up to the November midterms.

It shouldn’t be that surprising, given national political trends. Just look at what’s happening with Hispanic voters in Texas and other states.

People are tired of the Democrats, who have nothing to offer but fake panic over January 6th.

The writer of this article at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette seems surprised:

Thousands of Western Pa. Democrats are leaving for the Republican Party. No one seems sure why.

A significant number of voters in Western Pennsylvania are leaving the Democratic Party to become Republicans ahead of the 2022 midterms, a trend that’s taken shape over several years and has both parties split on what the reason for the pattern is.

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From Jan. 1 to July 25, more than 8,100 Democrats changed their voter registration to Republican in Allegheny County and the adjacent Armstrong, Butler, Beaver, Washington and Westmoreland counties., according to Pennsylvania Department of State data.

Less than a third of that number — 2,500 — made the change in the opposite direction, and Republicans have held a similar advantage in persuading independents and third-party registrants to come aboard.

It’s part of a statewide trend that’s seen upwards of 38,000 Democrats switch parties this year, while only about 12,000 former Republicans are now Democrats.

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Republicans say this is all part of their plan: cash in on what they see as Democratic elites failing their longtime voters, becoming too radical for the mainstream and making the GOP seem like a safe haven for commonsense policies.

People want solutions and the Democrats aren’t offering any.

The country’s political landscape is shifting.

 

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