Here’s the Deep Blue House Seats That Could Flip Red in November

It’s been more than 30 years since a Republican’s won a House election in Rhode Island’s Second Congressional District, which covers the western half of the nation’s smallest state.

But Republican congressional nominee Allan Fung is aiming to break the losing streak in November’s midterm elections.

“I’ve proven over 12 years as mayor of our state’s second-largest city… that I can lead, I can win,” Fung said in a Fox News interview.

And Fung is one of a handful of GOP congressional nominees across the country who have a good shot at winning long-time Democratic held House seats in solidly blue states.

The former longtime mayor of Cranston, who made history as the first mayor of Chinese ancestry in Rhode Island, and the state’s 2014 and 2018 gubernatorial nominee, touted that he governed “by working across the aisle, doing the right thing, bringing common sense solutions, and that’s the same type of attitude that I’ll bring down to Washington D.C.” Read more…

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