Dem Trounces Cultist For Open Virginia US House Seat

The Associated Press reports:

Virginia state Sen. Jennifer McClellan overwhelmingly won a Tuesday special election for a vacant Richmond-based congressional district, making her the state’s first Black woman elected to Congress.

McClellan led 68 percent to 32 percent over Republican Leon Benjamin when the Associated Press called the race with 32 percent of precincts reporting in the heavily Democratic area. Virginia’s 4th District was last held by the late Rep. Don McEachin, who died in late November — just weeks after he won reelection to his fourth term.

Her win will bring the House to its full complement of 435 members — for at least a few months, anyway. Earlier Tuesday, Rep. David Cicilline (D-R.I.) announced that he will be leaving Congress on June 1 to head the Rhode Island Foundation.

Read the full article. Looks like ex-gay torture advocate Leon Benjamin’s prayer to bind the witches and warlocks conspiring against him didn’t work out. He lost his last bid for the US House by a similar margin and still claims that the election was stolen.