(TheRedWire.com) – On Wednesday, during an impromptu remark from the White House, Vice President Harris stated that while she was “confident” about 2024, she believed they would need to do “a lot of work” to earn a second term in office.
Harris, while speaking with some reporters outside the West Wing, stated that it was a “good night” and that while there was still a lot of work for her and Biden to do to win in the 2024 election, she was confident they would succeed. This comment was made following the election results on Tuesday night, during which the Democrats won control of the state Legislature in Virginia, which will be a problem for Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin.
Gov. Andy Beshear (D) also managed to win a second term in Kentucky despite the state being deep red.
In the Ohio election, voters also approved constitutional amendments that would ensure that marijuana is legalized in the state and that those in the state will have abortion access.
Harris, who has been at the center of the fight for abortion access, stated that this has been a huge moment as the American people clearly showed that they believe in individual freedoms and “freedom in America.” She added that by “extension,” this had been a great night for democracy.
She added that both in the midterms and in last night’s elections, the results in multiple states have shown that voters do not believe that the government should have the right to tell women what they are allowed to do with their bodies.
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