REPORT: Democrats win control of city council in Pence’s hometown for first time in YEARS

NOVEMBER 7, 2019

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For the first time in more than three decades, Democrats will control the city council in Columbus, Ind., hometown of Vice President Pence.

The Associated Press, citing data from the local county clerk, reported that Tuesday’s elections in the town mark the first time Democrats have won the majority in the Columbus City Council since 1983.

The article goes on to state the following:

Unofficial results show that four of the council’s seven seats were claimed by Democrats in Tuesday’s municipal elections. Two Democrats were reelected and two Democratic challengers ousted Republican incumbents, according to The Republic.

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