RJC Celebrates GOP Flipping the U.S. House of Representatives

Washington, DC – The Republican Jewish Coalition released the following statement from National Chairman Senator Norm Coleman and Executive Director Matt Brooks on the GOP flipping the U.S. House of Representatives:

In this election, voters from across the country cast their ballots to reject the failed Biden-Schumer-Pelosi agenda and gave Republicans a majority in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Republican candidates won races across the country, including in deep-blue states in districts that Joe Biden carried by double-digits. And for the first time in over 40 years, a Republican defeated the DCCC Chair in his bid for re-election.
We are incredibly proud that the Republican conference in the 118th Congress will be the most diverse in history, including a larger number of Jewish Republican Members.
The RJC is gratified to have played a significant role in this victory, executing decisive Jewish turnout efforts in key battleground districts in support of GOP candidates.
According to exit polling, the GOP received 33% of the national Jewish vote - a historic achievement that further builds upon our efforts to move Jewish voters to the Republican Party - and notably, the GOP received a record-setting 45% of the Jewish vote in Florida.
We look forward to working closely with the newly-elected Republican majority in the House of Representatives, and we congratulate Leader McCarthy for his unflinching commitment and successful effort to secure GOP victories in this critical midterm election.