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OVERTIME ‘LOSS’ In California For Republican Korean-American Woman Trailblazer



Young Kim, the Republican in California’s 39th District trying to become the first Korean-American woman elected to Congress, was declared the winner of the 2018 election in a win that shocked the political establishment.

But it was not to last, because eleven days after Election Day the mainstream media is now reporting that Young Kim has lost to the Democrat Gil Cisneros.

Young Kim led Cisneros by 3,900 votes on election night with 100 percent of the precincts reporting according to the Associated Press, as the American Thinker lays out in this perceptive article, which notes that Kim was actually in the official 2018 congressional class portrait.

But now Gil Cisneros is declared the winner by a margin of more than 3,000 votes. A lot of votes, presumably, had to be found to radically swing what was — on election night with 100 percent of the precincts reporting — a three-point victory for Young Kim.

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There is not much else to say here but this: Welcome to California.

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