The vice chairman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) says he predicts there is “no way” that Republicans would be able to preserve their majority in the US House of Representatives.
Michael Blake made the comment in an interview with The Hill on Tuesday, three weeks before the midterm elections.
“There is no way the Republicans are going to hold the House,” he said, downplaying reports of GOP voters becoming more motivated to cast their ballots.
The DNC official said the upcoming elections was becoming similar to 2016 in that many disaffected voters eventually decided to reconcile with their party.
“At the end of the day, the polling has essentially leveled out where we expected. People came back home,” he said.
Blake, however, said a repeat of the last presidential election is unlikely as Democrats have learned from their former presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s decision to take certain states’ votes for…