US Midterm Elections: Which Greek-Americans Are Up for Re-Election – The Congressmen Who Won a Seat in Congress

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The expatriates Foreign MPs seem to be winning the vote battle as four out of five were re-elected in the mid-terms US elections. After Niko Malliotakis and Chris Pappas two more are coming to be added for the House of Representatives of USA.

In her 12th District Florida The Gus Bilirakis prevailed by a significant margin against the Democratic Party Kimberly Walker. In 97% of the polling stations, Mr. Bilirakis succeeded and collected more from 70% of votes.

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In his 3rd District Marylandmaintaining a difference of more than 10 percentage points for the longest duration of the count, o John Sarbanis he was re-elected for another year in the seats of Congress, winning its Yuriji Morganas transmitted by National Herald.

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In particular, in the results that have already been closed:

  • in Florida, expatriate Democratic candidate for Governor, Charlie Crist, was defeated, as expected, by powerful Republican incumbent Governor, Ron De Santis
  • In the 12th District of the same State, Constantinos Bilirakis (Gus Bilirakis) prevailed with a significant margin over Democrat Kimberly Walker (Kimberly Walker) and solemnly renewed another term. In 97% of the electoral divisions, Mr. Bilirakis gathered more than 70%.
  • In the 11th District of New York, Republican Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis was declared the winner long before the counting had progressed extensively. Already, at 70% of the count, her opponent and former Member of Parliament Max Rose (Max Rose), remained by 27 percentage points. It is recalled that in 2020, Malliotaki, who first appeared in the federal public – at the time – won by a marginal margin. Nevertheless, the electoral forecasting services had “locked” the Republican political matchup for weeks, even though it was initially set for the most ambivalent.
  • In the 3rd District of Maryland, maintaining a margin of more than 10 percentage points for the longest period of counting, John Sarbanes was re-elected for another year in the seats of Congress, defeating Yuripzy Morgan.
  • In the 1st District of New Hampshire, Chris Pappas, after a stormy campaign, emerged victorious over his Republican opponent, Caroline Levit, with the Associated Press declaring him the winner shortly before 1 p.m. Pappas was considered one of the Democratic Party’s most vulnerable MPs, and his victory was met with satisfaction, coming with a relatively comfortable majority.

At the same time and according to the publication, Greece gains another ally in Congress, who is expected to become a member of Hellenic Council. The reason for him Robert Menendez Jrthe son of the Philhellenic head of the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee, Robert Menendez, who, in New Jersey’s 8th District was declared winner over Republican Marcos Arroyo. In contrast, all possibilities remain open regarding longtime 1st District Rep. Dina Titus, who at 63% of the vote was ahead of her Republican opponent, Mark Robertson, but the count still had a way to go. .

Source: News Beast

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