Truck Driver Who Spent $153 on Campaign Beats Long-Time Jersey Democrat

I don’t have any faith at all in US elections, and I’m actually very sad that Tuesday’s victories are now driving white people back into the “just vote harder” mindset.

However, we must say: it was demonstrated on Tuesday that even after all of the fake news spam, people still have no interest in going along with this system.

Daily Mail:

A Republican truck driver who spent just $153 on his campaign and ran for office after he was denied a gun permit secured a stunning victory against the longest-serving legislative leader in New Jersey history in the state’s elections on Thursday.

The election was held on Tuesday but Associated Press only called the race today.

Underdog GOP candidate Ed Durr delivered a humiliating defeat to Democratic Senate President Steve Sweeney in South New Jersey’s 3rd Legislative District by a razor thin margin of 52 percent of the vote to 48.

It’s another embarrassing upset for the Democrats after they lost the Virginia gubernatorial election, struggled in the race for New Jersey governor and were swept by a red wave in Long Island, New York.

Nationwide, Americans are indicating that they’re unhappy with rising inflation and the state of the economy – and how Democrats are handling them.

On Fox News last night Durr said he didn’t even have any plans for when he gets to the state capital of Trenton.

‘I really don’t know,’ he said when asked about what he’ll do his first day.

‘That’s the key factor. I don’t know what I don’t know, but I will learn what I need to know, and I’m going to guarantee one thing – I will be the voice and people will hear me because if there is one thing people will learn about me, I got a big mouth and I don’t shut up when I want to be heard. I’m going to be heard.’

Durr, 58, is employed as a truck driver for furniture store Raymour & Flanigan. He grew up in South Jersey and has three children and six grandchildren.

Out of the $153, he spent $66.64 at Dunkin Donuts to buy food and drinks for his ‘staff’ and $86.67 for flyers and business cards.

I wish this was a real solution. I wish we could just vote random working class guys into every position in the US government.

It was a solution, but we didn’t do it, and now that people want to do it, it isn’t possible.