Pennsylvania is known to be owned by the Democratic Party, but many average democrats are now switching their voter registration to the Republican Party by the thousands claims a report by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
More than 8,100 Democrats have changed their elector enrollment in the state’s western Allegheny, Armstrong, Butler, Beaver, Washington, and also Westmoreland counties, all of which seem to add themselves to the republican rolls according to Pennsylvania Division of State information.
This while lower than a 3rd of that variety changed from Republican to Democrat.
According to reports greater than 38,000 Democrats switched parties this year throughout the Keystone State.
#RT @DineshDSouza: RT @1776Stonewall: A second Democrat has announced that he will switch parties. 2nd in 24 hours.
Yesterday it was house representative Jeff Van Drew, who is switching over to the Republican party. Today it is a state senator from Pennsylvania, John Yudicho…
— James Stone (@jtstone2112) December 17, 2019
A departure from the democratic party is happening across the United States.
As Democrats have caused the inflation of gasoline prices and also food costs that have gone through the roof under Biden’s leadership, more than a thousand electors throughout 43 counties have actually left the Democratic Party and signed up as Republican politicians.
In an interview with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette the Washington Region Republican Party seat, Dave Ball, said that Democrats are switching because they are actually displeased with the Biden Administration.
The president’s approval score has reached rock bottom at 37 per-cent last month, according to RealClearPolitics‘s polling information.
“I think the dominating state of mind is: It’s okay to be a Republican politician,” Ball stated.